About RickRick Remiker leads Commercial Banking at Huntington. The team comprised of 1,000 capital markets, specialty banking, treasury management and insurance professionals champions the success of middle-market and corporate businesses across the Midwest.
Remiker joined Huntington in 2010 as president of equipment finance and led the national growth and expansion of the business’s commercial leasing and capital equipment financing capabilities. Most recently, he oversaw corporate banking and specialty banking, which offers deep expertise in healthcare, not-for-profit and university banking, sponsor finance, equipment finance, franchise finance, food & agribusiness banking, energy and international banking.
Prior to Huntington, Remiker served as chief administrative officer for RBS Citizens Asset Finance, where he oversaw legal, finance, syndication, asset management, technology, operations and portfolio management. Previously, Remiker launched and grew Merrill Lynch Capital’s (MLC) commercial equipment finance business, which contributed to MLC achieving nearly $13 billion in assets within five years. Before that, he served as president and chief operating officer of KeyBank’s middle-market and large-ticket leasing business. Earlier in his career, Remiker held various positions of increasing responsibility with Tokai Financial Services, U.S. Leasing Corporation, First Interstate Credit Alliance and The CIT Group.
Actively involved in the leadership and direction of the equipment leasing industry, Remiker served as Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) Chairman in 2013 and two terms as a trustee of its non-profit research foundation. He is past chair of the ELFA middle-market business council steering committee and a former member of the board of directors for The Leasing Exchange. In July 2009, Leasing News named Remiker one of the 25 most influential people in leasing.
Locally, in addition to serving on the board of the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, Remiker chairs Team Huntington’s participation in Pelotonia, the nation's largest single-event cycling fundraiser. Since 2008, Huntington colleagues participating in Pelotonia have raised more than $17 million benefitting lifesaving cancer research conducted by The Ohio State University’s Comprehensive Cancer Center
Remiker attended Arizona State University and University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee where he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration, majoring in finance.