The Huntington is a large banking organization with over $100 billion in assets, headquartered in Columbus, OH. Founded by P.W. Huntington in 1866 as The Huntington National Bank, the company was originally located in Cleveland and focused on fleet financing for small businesses and the merchant marine industry. By 1920, it had grown to be one of the largest financial organizations in Ohio and moved its headquarters to Columbus. Over the years The Huntington has consistently expanded its reach through mergers and acquisitions; most notably acquiring two other regional banks- Sky Financial Group Inc. (2008) and Second National Bank of Akron (2003)- which allowed them to expand into Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan.
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