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United Bank Names Statler Market Chairman | State and region

United Bank, a subsidiary of United Bankshares, Inc., the largest publicly traded company headquartered in West Virginia, recently named Zackary Statler as president of its southern West Virginia market.

Based in Beckley, Statler will oversee the management and operation of the day-to-day banking operations of United Bank’s nine offices in Raleigh, Fayette, Nicholas and Webster counties, while also focusing on building client relationships, putting emphasis on business development in commercial and consumer lending and deposit areas. He brings to this position several years of experience in the banking and financial services sector. Most recently, Statler served as Commercial Banker, AVP, at United’s Capital Market in Charleston.

“Zack is a team player who has the skills and managerial qualities essential to lead our Southern market,” said DF Mock, regional chairman of United Bank. “We are delighted that Zack is cultivating new business opportunities and relationships with existing and potential customers.

“His strong roots in Mountain State and his ability to understand the needs of our customers will continue to be an exceptional asset to the Bank and the local community.”

Statler started his career at United Bank in 2015, as a commercial lending operations specialist. He then moved to United’s credit department, taking on the role of trade credit analyst, working in the Morgantown market. In 2017, he was promoted again, moving to Charleston to take up the position of Commercial Portfolio Manager, then was promoted to Commercial Banker, AVP, in 2019.

“I am honored to be able to continue to grow with United Bank in this new role. As Market President, I look forward to working with customers, helping to strengthen the small business community, create new jobs and expand United’s presence in the South Market and across the state. said Statler. “I am also delighted to work alongside the great team we have in place, to strengthen our commitment to the local community and to provide our customers with high quality banking services.”

Raised in Hurricane, Statler graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2014. He is active in the local community and various United Bank initiatives.

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