Stephen Steinour Net Worth

The estimated Net Worth of Stephen D Steinour is at least $15.7 Million dollars as of 17 May 2019. Mr. Steinour owns over 18,000 units of Huntington Bancshares stock worth over $7,130,484 and over the last 12 years he sold HBAN stock worth over $0. In addition, he makes $8,556,920 as Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of the Company and The Huntington National Bank at Huntington Bancshares.

Mr. Steinour HBAN stock SEC Form 4 insider trading

Stephen has made over 139 trades of the Huntington Bancshares stock since 2009, according to the Form 4 filled with the SEC. Most recently he bought 18,000 units of HBAN stock worth $239,940 on 17 May 2019.

The largest trade he’s ever made was exercising 940,166 units of Huntington Bancshares stock on 23 July 2018 worth over $5,659,799. On average, Stephen trades about 42,073 units every 9 days since 2007. As of 17 May 2019 he still owns at least 478,235 units of Huntington Bancshares stock.

You can see the complete history of Mr. Steinour stock trades at the bottom of the page.

Stephen Steinour biography

Stephen D. Steinour is an Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of Huntington Bancshares Inc., and The Huntington National Bank. Mr. Steinour has served as our chairman, president and chief executive officer, and has also served in these roles for The Huntington National Bank since January 2009. Mr. Steinour joined Huntington from CrossHarbor Capital Partners in Boston, where he served as a managing partner. Previously Mr. Steinour was with Citizens Financial Group in Providence, Rhode Island, from 1992 to 2008, where he served in various executive roles, with responsibilities for credit, risk management, wholesale and regional banking, consumer lending, technology and operations among others. He was named president in 2005 and chief executive officer in 2007. Mr. Steinour serves on the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, L Brands, Inc., Exelon Corporation, and is a member of the Bank Policy Institute. He is a Trustee of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Mr. Steinour is a member of The Columbus Partnership and serves on its Executive Committee, is Vice Chair of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation, and is Vice Chair of the Ohio Business Roundtable. He previously served on the Board of Trustees of Liberty Property Trust, is a former Trustee of the Eisenhower Fellowships and the National Constitution Center and past Chairman of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. With more than 35 years of experience in all aspects of banking, Mr. Steinour brings extensive leadership experience, as well as broad knowledge of the banking industry to the board and his role as chief executive officer.

What is the salary of Stephen Steinour?

As the Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of the Company and The Huntington National Bank of Huntington Bancshares, the total compensation of Stephen Steinour at Huntington Bancshares is $8,556,920. There are no executives at Huntington Bancshares getting paid more.

How old is Stephen Steinour?

Stephen Steinour is 60, he’s been the Chairman of the Board, President, and CEO of the Company and The Huntington National Bank of Huntington Bancshares since 2009. There are 10 older and 8 younger executives at Huntington Bancshares. The oldest executive at Huntington Bancshares, Inc. is Steven Elliott, 72, who is the Independent Director.

What’s Stephen Steinour’s mailing address?

Stephen’s mailing address filed with the SEC is THREE LIMITED PARKWAY, , COLUMBUS, OH, 43230.

Insider trading at Huntington Bancshares

Over the last 12 years, insiders at Huntington Bancshares have traded over $9,773,345 worth of Huntington Bancshares stock and bought 2,942,348 units worth $17,408,881 . The most active insider traders include Stephen D Steinour, Daniel J. Neumeyer, and Nicholas G Stanutz. On average, Huntington Bancshares executives and independent directors trade stock every 16 days with the average trade being worth of $576,465. The most recent stock trade was executed by Richard Remiker on 1 November 2019, trading 37,501 units of HBAN stock currently worth $340,509.

What does Huntington Bancshares do?

Huntington Bancshares, Inc. operates as a bank holding company. It provides commercial and consumer banking services, mortgage banking services, automobile financing, recreational vehicle and marine financing, equipment leasing, investment management, trust services, brokerage services, insurance programs, and other financial products and services. The company operates through the following segments: Consumer & Business Banking, Commercial Banking, Commercial Real Estate & Vehicle Finance, Regional Banking & The Huntington Private Client Group, and Home Lending. The Consumer & Business Banking segment provides financial products and services to consumer and small business customers including but not limited to checking accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts, certificates of deposit, investments, consumer loans, credit cards and small business loans. The Commercial Banking segment provides products and services to the middle market, large corporate, and government public sector customers located primarily within its geographic footprint. The segment is divided into following business units: Middle Market, Large Corporate, Specialty Banking, Asset Finance, Capital Markets, Treasury Management, and Insurance. The Commercial Real Estate & Vehicle Finance segment provides products and services include providing financing for land, buildings, and other commercial real estate owned or constructed by real estate developers, automobile dealerships, or other customers with real estate project financing needs, and financing for the purchase of automobiles, light-duty trucks, recreational vehicles and marine craft at franchised dealerships, financing the acquisition of new and used vehicle inventory of franchised automotive dealerships. The Regional Banking and The Huntington Private Client Group segment consists of private banking, wealth & investment management, and retirement plan services. The Home Lending segment originates and services consumer loans and mortgages for customers who are located in primary banking markets. Huntington Bancshares was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Columbus, OH.

What does Huntington Bancshares’s logo look like?

Complete history of Mr. Steinour stock trades at Huntington Bancshares, Huntington Bancshares, Exelon, L Brands, and Huntington Bancshares

Huntington Bancshares executives and stock owners

Huntington Bancshares executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

  • Stephen Steinour, Chairman of the Board, President, CEO of the Company and The Huntington National Bank
  • Andrew Harmening, Executive Vice President, Consumer and Business banking Director
  • Paul Heller, Chief Technology and Operations Officer and Senior Executive Vice President
  • Howell McCullough, Chief Financial Officer, Senior Executive Vice President
  • Helga Houston, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
  • Sandra Pierce, Senior Executive Vice President, Private Client Group & Regional Banking Director, and Chair of Michigan
  • Mark Thompson, Senior Executive Vice President
  • David Porteous, Lead Independent Director
  • Steven Elliott, Independent Director
  • Richard Neu, Independent Director
  • Robert Cubbin, Independent Director
  • Gina France, Independent Director
  • Ann Crane, Independent Director
  • Kathleen Ransier, Independent Director
  • Lizabeth Ardisana, Independent Director
  • Peter Kight, Independent Director
  • John Inglis, Independent Director
  • J. Michael Hochschwender, Independent Director
  • Kenneth Phelan, Director
  • Richard Pohle, Chief Credit Officer
  • Julie Tutkovics, Executive Vice President, Chief Communications, Marketing Director
  • Richard Remiker, Senior Executive Vice President – Commercial Banking for The Huntington National Bank
  • Jana Litsey, Senior Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
  • Rajeev Syal, Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Executive Vice President
  • Marty E Adams, President & COO
  • Thomas E Hoaglin, Chairman & CEO
  • Donald R Kimble, CFO
  • Raymond J Biggs, Director
  • James W Nelson, Chief Risk Officer & EVP
  • Richard A Cheap, General Counsel & Sec’y
  • Nancy E Maloney, EVP and Controller
  • Nicholas G Stanutz, Sr EVP of Principal Sub
  • Eddie R Munson, Director
  • Jonathan A Levy, Director
  • Michael J Endres, Director
  • Mary W Navarro, Sr EVP of Principal Sub
  • Daniel J. Neumeyer, EVP of Principal Subsidiary
  • Katherine M. A. Kline, Director
  • Gene E Little, Director
  • Thomas P Reed, SVP & Controller
  • Michael R Cross, EVP of Principal Subsidiary
  • Shirley L Graham, Executive Vice President
  • Marylouise Fennell, Director
  • John B Jr Gerlach, Director
  • Barbara H Benham, Executive Vice President
  • James E Dunlap, Regional Banking Group Pres.
  • Don M Iii Casto, Director
  • Daniel B Benhase, Sr EVP of Principal Sub
  • David S. Anderson, EVP & Controller
  • Zahid Afzal, EVP of Principal Subsidiary
  • David P Lauer, Director
  • Keith D Sanders, Executive Vice President
  • D James Hilliker, Director
  • William R Robertson, Director
  • Kevin M Blakely, Sr. EVP & Chief Risk Officer
  • Elizabeth Heller Allen, EVP of Principal Subsidiary
  • Gerard P Mastroiannni, Director
  • William J Lhota, Director
  • Randall G Stickler, Senior EVP of Principal Sub.