PNC Financial Services Group

PNC gets certification for account aimed at the underbanked


The Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, a nonprofit that seeks to improve financial stability of low- and moderate-income households, validated the account under its Bank On initiative.



PNC says BBVA deal won’t derail organic growth plans


The Pittsburgh company intends to continue adding commercial offices and retail branches in markets it had been eyeing before agreeing to buy BBVA USA for $11.6 billion.


PNC sues Plaid for trademark infringement


The Pittsburgh bank says the data aggregator deceptively uses PNC's logo in obtaining bank customers' login credentials.


What PNC has in mind for BBVA's technology


BBVA USA was one of the first U.S. banks to deploy a real-time core system and to purchase a neobank. Here's what PNC may keep, and what it may jettison, after it acquires the U.S. unit of the Spanish banking giant.


Why PNC spent its war chest on BBVA


The Pittsburgh company is using its BlackRock windfall to execute a familiar script: buy an underperforming bank, cut costs and strengthen ties with commercial clients.


PNC buying BBVA USA for $11.7 billion


The deal would rank among the biggest bank combinations since the financial crisis, creating a coast-to-coast franchise with about $563 billion of assets and branch presence in 29 of the nation’s 30 largest markets.


PNC reportedly in talks to buy BBVA's U.S. operations


The deal, if announced, would be among the biggest bank mergers since the 2008 financial crisis and would push PNC above $560 billion in assets.