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First Commonwealth Hires David B Buckiso as Executive Vice President, Wealth Services


First Commonwealth Financial Corporation has hired David B Buckiso as Executive Vice President, Wealth Services for First Commonwealth Bank. 

In this role, Buckiso will oversee all aspects of the organisation's broad array of Wealth Management services, including trust, investments, brokerage and financial advisory. 

"We are very pleased to have David Buckiso join the First Commonwealth team as Executive Vice President, Wealth Services," says Jane Grebenc, Chief Revenue Officer and President of First Commonwealth Bank.  "The more than 20 years of financial experience that David brings with him will be an invaluable asset to First Commonwealth and will further enable our organisation to meet the ever-changing investment, advisory and trust needs of our customers, both institutions and families."
Buckiso will lead the planned build-out of First Commonwealth's advisory talent, with a particular emphasis on retirement planning, educational funding, generational wealth transfer and long-term investment planning. 
Prior to joining First Commonwealth, Buckiso served as Senior Vice President and Managing Director at FNB Wealth Management in Pittsburgh, PA. In this role, Buckiso was responsible for the organisation's Wealth Management sales strategy, revenue retention efforts, investment agency accounts, employee benefit plans, foundations, endowments and trustee relationships.
Earlier in his career, Buckiso served in a variety of capacities within the Institutional Investment Group at PNC Financial Services. Buckiso began his financial services career in the Internal Audit Department at Federated Investors.
Buckiso earned his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio.  He received his MBA from Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh, PA. Buckiso is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant.

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