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Stephen D. Steinour

Independent Director since 2007

Committees: Compensation and Leadership Development; Finance and Risk

​​​Mr. Steinour's experience leading Huntington Bancshares provides him with a strong background in mergers and acquisitions, including post-merger integration and conversions, business development, creation, and partnerships. His deep banking experience provides market experience important to Exelon Generation and the utility businesses and his experience in credit and risk management, credit and capital markets, enhances his value to the Exelon Board and its Finance and Risk and Audit Committees. Mr. Steinour's educational achievements in the Executive Program in Leadership at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and economics also provide informed insights. Mr. Steinour was named to the 2016 "Directorship 100" list issued by the National Association of Corporate Directors.

Professional History & Board Service


Mr. Steinour is Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated, a regional bank-holding company delivering a full suite of commercial and retail banking, investment management, and insurance services across the Midwest. Mr. Steinour joined Huntington in 2009 from CrossHarbor Capital (investment firm) where he served as Managing Partner. Previously, he served as President and CEO of Citizens Financial Group (commercial bank holding company), as Division Executive for Fleet Financial Group (asset management company), and as Executive Vice President at Bank of New England (commercial bank).

Since 2014, Mr. Steinour has served as a director of L Brands, Inc. (fashion retailer). Mr. Steinour also serves on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and is a trustee of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He is a member of the Financial Services Roundtable and The Columbus Partnership. He is vice chair of the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation and is a member of the Ohio Business Roundtable.