Leadership & Board of Directors

Our Leadership

James F. Getz, Chairman & CEO, TriState capital holdings, inc.

Prior to founding TriState Capital, Jim Getz was the founder of Federated Bank and Trust, established in 1985. He later served as president of Federated Securities Corp., a position he held since 1993. Jim earned several promotions in more than two decades with Federated, plus served as a corporate director from 1998–2001.

Jim has spent more than 30 years working in the banking industry. His tenure at Federated was preceded by two senior positions at two other Pennsylvania banks: Girard Bank from 1973–1982 and First Pennsylvania Bank from 1982–1985.


Brian Fetterolf serves as the president and CEO of TriState Capital, a wholly owned subsidiary of TriState Capital Holdings, Inc. He holds over 20 years of financial services experience.

He joined TriState Capital in 2009 and has held a number of positions within the company during that time. Included in his current role as president and CEO, he is responsible for the performance, execution and strategy of the Bank. Brian also is a member of the Board of Directors and is the President of ChartwellTSC Securities, a registered broker/dealer subsidiary of TriState Capital, as well.   

Before coming to TriState Capital, Brian was a senior vice president in the Special Situations Advisory Group of Macquarie Capital Advisors (Chicago) and the head of structuring for Macquarie’s U.S. Commercial Real Estate Finance Group. He also worked with LaSalle Bank/ABN Amro as director of structured financial products in the Commercial Real Estate Debt Capital Markets (CMBS) Group. He also has served in ownership and leadership positions in manufacturing, insurance and other financial services companies.

Brian holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bucknell University in economics, a Juris Doctor degree from Boston College Law School and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from the University of Pittsburgh where he concentrated in finance and accounting.


David Demas serves as Chief Financial Officer of TriState Capital.

David joined TriState Capital in 2017 from Deloitte & Touche LLP where he was a senior partner in the financial services practice. During his 25-year career with the firm, he served some of Deloitte’s largest, most prominent and complex banking, securities, asset management and finance technology clients. His Deloitte career started in Pittsburgh before moving to its southern California and San Francisco offices to serve clients nationwide.

David has been an active member of the community, having served on the board of the Habitat for Humanity Foundation and the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, where he also served as vice president of Finance.

David earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Duquesne University.


A. William (Bill) Schenck III, Vice Chairman

Prior to co-founding TriState Capital Bank, Bill Schenck was Pennsylvania Secretary of Banking, appointed by Governor Rendell in January 2003. In that capacity, Bill led the state Banking Department, supervising Pennsylvania state-chartered banks, trust companies, savings and loan associations, credit unions and non-depository financial services companies.

Bill has spent more than 30 years working in the banking industry beginning with PNC Bank, where he rose through the ranks to the position of executive vice president in charge of consumer and small business banking. Bill then served as vice chairman of Great Western Financial Corporation, Chatsworth, CA, a $43 billion financial services company. He was then chairman and chief executive officer of Fleet Mortgage Group, Inc., Columbia, SC, one of the top-five mortgage companies in the U.S.

As a long-standing member of the Western Pennsylvania community, Bill has been on the boards of numerous civic and charitable organizations.

Mark L. Sullivan, Vice Chairman

Prior to co-founding TriState Capital Bank, Mark Sullivan held various leadership positions in the financial services industry, most recently at Ernst & Young, LLP. At Ernst & Young, Mark was the coordinating partner to Fortune 500 clients, a co-founder of Ernst & Young’s Global Automotive Center in Detroit, and a member of the firm’s Partner Advisory Council.

During his tenure, Mark earned awards and recognition as a tax specialist, advising and servicing companies such as M&T Bank, Dow Chemical, Ford Motor Company and H.J. Heinz Co.

Mark also was a former partner at Price Waterhouse, where he began his career in 1970 and departed as partner in 1985.



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