TriState Capital’s founders decided to form a bank that combines the capabilities of a large financial institution with the personalized service of a community bank. With over a century of combined experience in finance, our founders sensed a growing demand for banks that can address the unmet needs of this middle client base.
They built their new bank from the ground up for this sole purpose – an institution with the philosophy, the people, the processes and the products to successfully serve this specific group of clients. The result is TriState Capital Bank: more responsive and personalized service than national and super-regional banks; more capabilities than community banks and thrifts.
James (Jim) F. Getz
Chairman, President & CEO
Prior to founding TriState Capital Bank, 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.
A. William (Bill) Schenck III
Prior to 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 US.
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 & CFO
For more than 35 years, Mark Sullivan has held leadership positions in the financial services industry, most recently 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.
Helen Hanna Casey
President, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
E.H. (Gene) Dewhurst
Partner/Vice President-Finance & Treasurer, Falcon Seaboard Holdings, LLC; Falcon Seaboard Diversified, Inc.; and Falcon Seaboard Investment Company
James J. Dolan
Managing Partner, Voyager Group LP
James F. Getz
Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, TriState Capital Bank
James H. Graves
Partner, Erwin, Graves & Associates, LP
James E. Minnick
President, Managing Director, Lovell Minnick Partners
A. William Schenck III
Vice Chairman, TriState Capital Bank
Richard B. Seidel
Chairman and founder, Girard Partners; Director, MTB Funds; Member, Pennsylvania Bar
Mark L. Sullivan
Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Financial Officer, TriState Capital Bank
John B. Yasinsky
Director, CMS Energy and Consumers Energy; Director, A. Schulman, Inc.; Executive Advisory Partner, Wind Point Partners; Former Chairman & CEO GenCorp and OMNOVA Solutions
Richard A. Zappala
Former Principal and Chairman, The First City Company; Member, Pennsylvania and Florida Bar