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Dan Penberthy

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NexTier Bank
Dan Penberthy

724-214-6326
724-935-2499
dpenberthy@nextierbank.com
www.nextierbank.com

About Us:
We are a community bank with offices located throughout 17 counties in western Pennsylvania and Central Ohio. Significantly sized to deliver all of the services of a large bank, yet small enough to allow for one-on-one, individualized relationships with our clients, including consumer, small business and commercial banking services as well as insurance, investments, trust and estate planning.

First Commonwealth Financial Corporation, headquartered in Indiana, Pennsylvania, is a financial services company with, $6.6 billion in total assets, as of December 31, 2015, and 110 banking offices in 17 counties throughout western and central Pennsylvania and central Ohio, and a Corporate Banking Center in northeast Ohio.

Personally, I joined First Commonwealth Bank in February 2010, and I have been in the banking industry since 2008. I help businesses increase their profitability and cash flow by integrating efficient banking products, services, and processes. I work with any type of business (including start-ups), real estate investors, and I service lending needs up to $5 million.

My Centers of Influence:
My referrals and centers of influence come from just about everywhere. I don't have a specific industry or group that I target. I get business from friends, family members, satisfied customers, attorneys, accountants, real estate agents, insurance agents, financial advisors, and through various networking groups.

A Good Referral:
A good referral for me is anyone that has questions or concerns about obtaining a loan. All banks aren't the same, and they all have different underwriting policies and criteria. I love helping people by hearing their story and presenting information to help them make the best decision, even if it isn't working with me and my bank. The lending process can be overwhelming, and I enjoy educating my prospects and clients throughout this process.

Business Highlights:
We have corporate ties back to 1866 and officially became a community bank in 1982. We didn't take any TARP (Bailout Money), and we are an SBA (Small Business Administration) preferred lender.

 

 

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