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Huntington Bank Names Langenderfer to Healthcare Banking Group

August 31, 2015, 07:47 AM

Huntington Bank appointed financial services veteran John Langenderfer director of healthcare sales and origination reporting directly to Healthcare Banking Managing Director Dan Storer. Langenderfer will reside in Cincinnati and work across the six-state Huntington footprint to significantly broaden Huntington’s commercial banking relationships with hospitals, medical and dental groups, senior living and long-term care facilities, home healthcare, medical device manufacturers, specialty pharmaceuticals and other niche healthcare services.

“John brings to Huntington 30 years of experience exclusively committed to delivering a vast array of financial solutions to leading healthcare providers,” said Huntington Bank Southern Ohio/Kentucky President Kevin Jones. “He is a consummate professional, highly active in the healthcare industry. He knows what it takes to operate a successful healthcare venture and what a profound difference having the right financial service partner can make.”

Langenderfer most recently served in U.S. Bank’s Healthcare Division and previously as managing director of Ludlow Ward & Greenberg’s Healthcare division following a stint at KeyBanc Capital Markets where he helped establish the organization’s healthcare practice. 

“Huntington is renowned for strong relationships, customer-focused ingenuity and a significant commitment to the medical community at large, with unprecedented growth in the healthcare market space under healthcare division Managing Director Dan Storer,” said Langenderfer. “Expect that to continue as we help customers embrace a dynamic range of strategies that help their businesses prosper.” 

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated is a $69 billion asset regional bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with a network of more than 700 branches and almost 1,500 ATMs across six Midwestern states.

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