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Fifth Third’s Lamb named in corporate’s 100 top Blacks

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By Stacie Haas

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Brian Lamb. Photo provided

CINCINNATI – Brian Lamb, executive vice president, head of wealth and asset management, Fifth Third Bank, has been named to Savoy Magazine’s 2018 list of the “Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America.”

“I am excited to see Brian recognized with this well-deserved honor. Brian is an inspirational leader with both strong character and outstanding business results,” said Greg Carmichael, chairman, president and CEO, Fifth Third. “His career exemplifies the Fifth Third Bank values and he is a role model for so many people in our organization.”

Lamb is responsible for line-of-business oversight of wealth and asset management, including private banking, Fifth Third securities, fiduciary services, investments, institutional services, and insurance.

“I am proud to be part of such a distinguished group of respected and accomplished business and community leaders from across the country,” Lamb said. “This list represents 100 great examples of individuals who are both successful in corporate America and who are making a positive difference in their respective communities,” he said.

Lamb previously served as chief corporate responsibility and reputation officer, where he led the comprehensive strategic framework of the Bank’s civic commitments and reputation management, including the execution of the Bank’s five-year, $30 billion community commitment. Prior to that role, he served as regional president of Fifth Third Bank (North Florida), where he was responsible for the growth and strategic alignment of the commercial, wealth and asset management and consumer businesses.

In addition to his duties as the head of wealth and asset management, Lamb also serves as chairman for the University of South Florida board of trustees. He also serves as a board member of the Urban League of Southwestern Ohio.

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