How to find PNC branches near me?
The Bank near me tool is very helpful for those who need PNC services but do not know where is the branch nearby or close to any other address. It works really quickly and it is easy to use.
For finding the nearest PNC branch you need to:
- Enable location in your browser (it is usually requested in the pop-up notification). Your location will be determined automatically.
- If it doesn’t work (it may be so due to various reasons like browser settings and others) enter your current address, city or ZIP code.
Congratulations! You’ve done it. Explore the map or look through the list of PNC branches. For more detailed information click “Details & Services” under each branch. Here you may find:
- Branch hours,
- Distance to the nearest branches,
- List of all the branches in the city/state,
- ATM availability,
- List of branch services.
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Headquartered in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, PNC Financial Services Group Inc. is a bank holding company and a financial services corporation. According to the records of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, PNC Bank is a FED member, national charter, and a commercial bank. PNC Bank is a FDIC-insured bank with a certificate number of 6384. The assigned Fed RSSD ID of PNC Bank is 817824. Currently, William S. Demchak is the CEO, and Robert Q. Reilly is the CFO of the PNC Bank.
The bank specializes in a range of financial services including asset management, estate planning, wealth management, information processing, and loan servicing. In 2019, the total revenue reported by PNC Bank is approx. $17.8 billion. As of September 2020, the total assets reported by the bank were $457.45 billion.
History of PNC Bank
The PNC Bank has its roots in the Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company which was established in 1845. Until 1852, it was not fully operational due to the effects of the Great Fire of Pittsburgh.
It was in 1969 when the bank restructured itself as a bank holding company named – Pittsburgh National Corporation. In 1982 Pittsburgh National Corporation and Provident National Corporation merged into PNC Financial Corporation. Starting from 1991, the PNC Bank made a slew of acquisitions including Hilliard Lyons, United National Bancorp, Riggs National Corporation, Mercantile Bankshares, Yardville National Bancorp, Citizens National Bank, Sterling Financial Corporation, Dwellings House Savings & Loan, Solebury Capital Group, ECN Capital, and The Trout Group among many others.
How Big Is PNC Bank?
- PNC Bank is the 7th largest bank in the country in terms of asset size.
- Currently, the Bank has about 2238 branches spread across the country in 24 states.
- The bank has most branches in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Maryland and Florida.
- As of 2020, the PNC bank employs approximately 51,000 employees.
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PNC Bank provides a wide variety of services ranging from personal banking solutions, small business banking to corporate and institutional banking services. Within these banking areas, PNC Bank offers products like credit cards, virtual wallets, savings accounts, checking accounts, loans, mortgage, business credit cards, business checking accounts, business savings account, lending, and finance service among others.
To learn more about PNC’s products and services, visit their official website at https://www.pnc.com/.