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S&T Bank names Jim Mill chief information officer

09 July 2015  |  2413 views  |  0 Source: S&T Bank

S&T Bank, a full-service financial institution with assets of $6.0 billion, branch locations in 16 southwestern and southcentral Pennsylvania counties, and loan production offices in northeast and central Ohio, and western New York, is pleased to announce Jim Mill has been promoted to executive vice president, chief information officer.

In this new position, Jim will maintain a role within S&T Bank's executive management team while simultaneously overseeing S&T Bank's technology infrastructure, including information security and cybersecurity threats. He will also be responsible for maintaining S&T Bank's advancement in technology offerings through new product releases.

"Jim plays a critical role in our banking operations and technology solutions," said S&T Bank President and CEO Todd D. Brice. "As chief information officer, Jim will continue to lead our technological advancements and provide quality experiences for all of our customers. His involvement in all aspects of our online and offline banking experience is crucial to ensuring we provide our customers with the best possible service and offerings."

Mill, who has been with S&T Bank since 2008, was most recently senior vice president, operations administration. Prior to that, Mill worked as vice president, deposit operations and digital channel manager as well as vice president, direct banking service manager. Before joining S&T Bank, Mill held operational and financial services roles with various national corporations and was also a commissioned Naval officer who served tours of duty in the Middle East and stateside in Washington, D.C.

He is a 1995 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and most recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania's ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking in 2012. 

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