Huntington Bank Appoints Managing Directors

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Huntington Bank has appointed Tom Enright and Rick Hursh managing directors of its new Capital Markets Institutional Sales and Trading office. They will work with the bank's public finance business to cover the significant financial advisor and issuer community across Indiana.

Enright and Hursh join Huntington’s growing Capital Markets business, which recently experienced record quarterly revenue growth of 47 percent. Most recently they worked at City Securities where Enright led the public finance underwriting business. Prior to City Securities, Enright worked at Indiana National Bank and Raffensperger, Hughes and Co. Enright earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Indiana University.

Hursh has 32 years of experience in fixed income sales covering institutional bond purchasers including mutual funds, bank trusts and portfolios, insurance companies and investments advisors. He started his career at Citibank in municipal sales before progressing to institutional sales positions at Lovett, Underwood, Neuhaus and Webb Inc., NatCity Investments and City Securities Corp. Hursh earned a master’s in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Ohio Wesleyan University.

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