Speaker Biography

 

Gavin Geraci

Senior Vice President
Business Banking Chief Operating Officer
  |  PNC Bank, N.A.

Gavin Geraci

Senior Vice President
Business Banking Chief Operating Officer

PNC Bank, N.A.

Gavin H. Geraci is Senior Vice President and Business Banking Chief Operating Officer for PNC Bank, N.A.

In this role, Gavin is responsible for planning, innovation and strategy; business deposit and payment product management as well as sales analytics and reporting functions. Gavin joined PNC in 1992 and has held a variety of roles within the company.

His background includes managing branch sales and service functions across Pittsburgh and Erie, serving as sales development manager for PNC’s Business Banking division and sales administration manager for Commercial and Small Business Banking. Gavin later acted as Business Banking market manager for the Greater Maryland market where he led the execution of PNC’s small business banking model.

In 2007, he led PNC’s integration of National City Bank for Business Banking, which at the time, ranked among the largest conversions in U.S. banking history. Gavin later served as group manager for Specialty Business Banking leading the strategic and sales management functions for PNC’s Healthcare, Agriculture and SBA Finance businesses across its 18-state Retail footprint.

Most recently, Gavin led the small business credit portfolio and product management teams for PNC. Prior to that, he served as Senior Business Risk Manager for Retail, Mortgage and Non-Strategic Asset businesses, leading Basel II implementation and governance efforts.

Gavin is Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Small Business Financial Exchange, TA and serves on the Small Business Committee of the Community Bankers Association as well. He previously served as President of the Fox Chapel High School Boys Lacrosse Association, as a board member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Jack Heinz Society and Ambassador for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Orchestra.

A 1992 graduate of John Carroll University, Gavin also received a master’s degree in business administration from Duquesne University in 2000.

Gavin H. Geraci is Senior Vice President and Business Banking Chief Operating Officer for PNC Bank, N.A.

In this role, Gavin is responsible for planning, innovation and strategy; business deposit and payment product management as well as sales analytics and reporting functions. Gavin joined PNC in 1992 and has held a variety of roles within the company.

His background includes managing branch sales and service functions across Pittsburgh and Erie, serving as sales development manager for PNC’s Business Banking division and sales administration manager for Commercial and Small Business Banking. Gavin later acted as Business Banking market manager for the Greater Maryland market where he led the execution of PNC’s small business banking model.

In 2007, he led PNC’s integration of National City Bank for Business Banking, which at the time, ranked among the largest conversions in U.S. banking history. Gavin later served as group manager for Specialty Business Banking leading the strategic and sales management functions for PNC’s Healthcare, Agriculture and SBA Finance businesses across its 18-state Retail footprint.

Most recently, Gavin led the small business credit portfolio and product management teams for PNC. Prior to that, he served as Senior Business Risk Manager for Retail, Mortgage and Non-Strategic Asset businesses, leading Basel II implementation and governance efforts.

Gavin is Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Small Business Financial Exchange, TA and serves on the Small Business Committee of the Community Bankers Association as well. He previously served as President of the Fox Chapel High School Boys Lacrosse Association, as a board member of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Jack Heinz Society and Ambassador for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Orchestra.

A 1992 graduate of John Carroll University, Gavin also received a master’s degree in business administration from Duquesne University in 2000.

 



 

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