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3/6/2012 6:17 AM ET

Huntington Asset Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Huntington Bancshares Inc. (HBAN: Quote), said it has appointed Joseph Rezabek as president of the company.

Rezabek comes to Huntington from Citi Fund Services, where he was managing director and head of North American Fund Services. He has an extensive background in global fund accounting and operations, with more than 23 years of industry experience in multiple disciplines with both third-party administrators and top-tier international asset management firms.

Before joining Citi, Rezabek held a number of senior management positions in diverse operational and business development roles at State Street Corp. throughout Europe and in the firm's Boston headquarters. Most recently, he served as chief operating officer of State Street's Milan, Italy branch, where he was responsible for accounting operations, IT, compliance support and professional services.

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