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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

First Commonwealth Financial Corporation (FCF)

3/17/2006 Proxy Information

During 2005, David R. Tomb, Jr., attorney-at-law, and the law firm of Tomb and Tomb of which Mr. Tomb is a partner performed legal services for First Commonwealth and First Commonwealth Bank. Mr. Tomb is a director and executive officer of First Commonwealth. The fees paid for services during 2005 were $70,000.

During 2005, FCB paid the following compensation to Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro, attorney-at-law: $142,324 for preparing state-wide lien searches and abstracting services in connection with loans made by FCB and $40,000 for various legal services in the ordinary course of banking business. Ms. Cuccaro is a director of First Commonwealth.

First Commonwealth has made and intends to continue to make loans through its subsidiary, First Commonwealth Bank, to various of its Directors and executive officers, and to corporations or other entities in which they may own a controlling interest. Any such loans were and will be made in the ordinary course of business on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons and do not and will not involve more than a normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

In addition to loans made by its banking subsidiary, First Commonwealth, through an executive loan plan, has advanced amounts to executive officers of First Commonwealth. During 2005 Mr. O’Dell and Thaddeus J. Clements, each an executive officer, had outstanding loan balances and these amounts are included in Note 26 “Related Party Transactions” of First Commonwealth’s Annual Report on Form 10-K along with those credits issued to Directors and executive officers through First Commonwealth’s banking subsidiary. The highest amount outstanding during 2005 was $294,073 and $93,037 for O’Dell and Clements, respectively. The balance outstanding at February 28, 2006, was $253,976 and $79,874, respectively. These loans were extended through a line of credit and carry an interest rate at the New York City prime rate. First Commonwealth discontinued advancing amounts under this plan as of July 30, 2002.

3/18/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, David R. Tomb, Jr., attorney-at-law, and the law firm of Tomb and Tomb of which Mr. Tomb is a partner performed legal services for First Commonwealth and First Commonwealth Bank. Mr. Tomb is a director and executive officer of First Commonwealth. The fees paid for services during 2004 were $70,000.

During 2004, First Commonwealth paid $74,388 to Sherman & Howard L.L.C. for legal services the firm performed for the company, including services in connection with First Commonwealth’s acquisitions of Pittsburgh Financial Corp. and GA Financial, Inc. Matthew Tomb, Esq., son of director and executive officer David Tomb, is an associate with Sherman & Howard.

During 2004, FCB paid the following compensation to Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro, Esq., daughter of director and executive officer E. James Trimarchi: $171,410 for preparing state-wide lien searches and abstracting services in connection with loans made by FCB, $40,000 for various legal services in the ordinary course of banking business, $23,500 for her service as a director of FCB (January 1, 2004 through July 31, 2004), and $26,654 as wages in her capacity as an employee of FCB (Assistant Corporate Secretary, effective August 1, 2004).

First Commonwealth has made and intends to continue to make loans through its subsidiary, First Commonwealth Bank, to various of its Directors and executive officers, and to corporations or other entities in which they may own a controlling interest. Any such loans were and will be made in the ordinary course of business on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons and do not and will not involve more than a normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

In addition to loans made by its banking subsidiary, First Commonwealth, through an executive loan plan, has advanced amounts from time to time to executive officers of First Commonwealth. During 2004 Mr. O’Dell and Thaddeus J. Clements, each an executive officer, had outstanding loan balances and these amounts are included in Note 26 “Related Party Transactions” of First Commonwealth’s Annual Report on Form 10-K along with those credits issued to Directors and executive officers through First Commonwealth’s banking subsidiary. The highest amount outstanding during 2004 was $333,447 and $105,727 for O’Dell and Clements, respectively. The balance outstanding at February 28, 2005, was $287,978 and $91,058, respectively. These loans were extended through a line of credit and carry an interest rate at the New York City prime rate. First Commonwealth discontinued advancing amounts under this plan as of July 30, 2002.

David S. Dahlmann is former Vice Chairman of First Commonwealth Financial Corporation, former President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Bank (merged into First Commonwealth Bank October 2002) and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwest National Corporation.

3/19/2004 Proxy Information

David S. Dahlmann is former Vice Chairman of First Commonwealth Financial Corporation, former President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Bank (merged into First Commonwealth Bank October 2002) and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Southwest National Corporation.

During 2003, David R. Tomb, Jr., attorney-at-law, and the law firm of Tomb and Tomb of which Mr. Tomb is a partner performed legal services for First Commonwealth and First Commonwealth Bank. Mr. Tomb is a director and executive officer of First Commonwealth. The fees paid for services during 2003 were $70,000.

First Commonwealth has made and intends to continue to make loans through its subsidiary, First Commonwealth Bank, to various of its Directors and executive officers, and to corporations or other entities in which they may own a controlling interest. Any such loans were and will be made in the ordinary course of business on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons and do not and will not involve more than a normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

In addition to loans made by its banking subsidiary, First Commonwealth, through an executive loan plan, has advanced amounts from time to time to executive officers of First Commonwealth. During 2003 Mr. O’Dell and Thaddeus J. Clements, each an executive officer, had outstanding loan balances and these amounts are included in Note 26 “Related Party Transactions” of First Commonwealth’s Annual Report on Form 10-K along with those credits issued to Directors and executive officers through First Commonwealth’s banking subsidiary. The highest amount outstanding during 2003 was $378,090 and $119,975 for O’Dell and Clements, respectively. The balance outstanding at February 27, 2004, was $326,537 and $103,529, respectively. These loans were extended through a line of credit and carry an interest rate at the New York City prime rate. First Commonwealth discontinued advancing amounts under this plan as of July 30, 2002.

3/21/2003 Proxy Information

No related party transactions or special relationships reported for this company. Director relationships marked "Outside Related" at this firm will most often be former executives of the company. Additional information regarding these relationships will be added during our regular updates.