Huntington banks on the lure of low-risk investment

Huntington National Bank was founded in Ohio, where it remains headquartered to this day. Yakob Peterseil talks to Dave Fitzsimmons, Pittsburgh-based managing director of the equity derivatives group, about being a big bank with a long tradition


Huntington National Bank is a 150-year-old retail and commercial bank that has grown to considerable size without ever straying from its roots in the American midwest. According to its latest annual report, it boasts $56 billion in assets, and its shares, which trade on Nasdaq, are included in the S&P 500. Dave Fitzsimmons manages the equity derivatives group, which competes with national banks for the region’s retail and institutional business.

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