Steve Steinour

Huntington counts on consumers to drive loan growth


The combination of low unemployment, rising wages and falling interest rates means more households are taking out loans for big-ticket items like speedboats and mobile homes.


Huntington names Visa executive as its new chief financial officer


Zachary Wasserman will succeed Mac McCullough, who is retiring at the end the year.


5 takeaways from banks' 4Q results


Among the things we've learned this earnings season: C&I is back, fee income is flat, and leveraged lending is beginning to "rear its ugly head."


Shutdown threatens Midwest job growth, Huntington CEO warns


With SBA lending at a standstill, many small businesses can't access the capital they need to create and retain jobs, Stephen Steinour says.


Why Huntington CEO isn’t sweating higher deposit costs


The Ohio bank's total deposits grew, unlike at some other regionals, and CEO Stephen Steinour said its 28-basis-point increase in overall funding costs will pay off.


Defying predictions, credit quality keeps improving at many banks


Huntington, Wintrust and Eagle reported extremely low quarterly chargeoff ratios, and their CEOs say they remain confident about the future. But, as one observer says, "ultimately some sector is going to get overextended."


Huntington taps Bank of the West exec to lead retail bank


Andy Harmening will succeed longtime retail banking chief Mary Navarro, who is retiring in June.


Manufacturing comeback push cheered by Midwestern banks


Huntington Bancshares says it is especially well positioned to benefit from a commercial lending boom that could accompany a revival of U.S. heavy industry, but other lenders also say they are upbeat.