Columbus, Ohio-based Huntington Bancshares Incorporated announced on Tuesday that it has named Daniel J. Neumeyer executive vice president and chief credit officer of Huntington National Bank, the company's banking subsidiary.
In his new role, Neumeyer will oversee the bank's credit administration, credit policy and credit approvals areas, according to a press release. He will also be a member of Huntington's leadership team.
"I eagerly look forward to joining Huntington and contributing to its future success," Neumeyer, whose appointment is effective October 5, said in a press release. "I am very impressed with the leadership and vision of the organization. I believe they are poised to capitalize on the many opportunities that lie ahead."
Neumeyer most recently served as the chief credit officer at Comerica Bank, where he was responsible for credit approval and portfolio administration for the Texas market. While at Comerica, Neumeyer also had responsibility for the financial institution's credit policy and credit training program.
"Dan has the expertise to effectively manage and successfully grow Huntington's loan portfolio," Steve Steinour, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Huntington, said in the release. "He has extensive credit and commercial banking experience with middle market companies and small businesses. He also has experience in commercial credit training that will enhance our existing programs. Additionally, he brings a demonstrated expertise in portfolio management. With his proven track record of performance, he will further strengthen the credit culture at Huntington. We are very pleased that Dan is joining our leadership team."