Huntington Bancshares appointed Randall Stickler as senior executive vice president and director of commercial real estate effective April 16.

In this new role he will be responsible for management of the company's CRE business.

With around 25 years of banking experience, Stickler has led commercial real estate, middle market, regional banking, professional banking and portfolio management.

The new hire's experience includes managing large portfolios and growing the CRE business at various banks, as well as leadership of a REIT lending group that provided marketing and loan structure negotiation; management of a real estate capital markets group responsible for originating, underwriting, closing securitizing and servicing conduit and Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting and Servicing (DUS) loans; and oversight of all phases of real estate development such as site selection and design, purchase negotiations, anchor tenant negotiations and financing.

After acting in different capacities starting in 2005, Stickler most recently served as State of Ohio President for Charter One Bank since 2007. He was also formerly at Chase Properties, Keycorp, Society and Ameritrust.

"We are pleased Randy is joining the Huntington team. He has a proven track record in commercial banking, and specifically with commercial real estate," said the firm's Chief Executive Officer Stephen D. Steinour. "Our commercial real estate bankers will remain in our markets serving clients. This new position at Huntington establishes a company-wide strategy that will allow us to invest in CRE loans across all of the markets we serve. We remain committed to being a local bank, serving our customers in the communities where we live and work. We have worked very hard to provide good customer service in CRE over the years, and will continue to do so."


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