- Bill Demchak, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
We are committed to our employees, customers, communities and environment because it’s right. It’s right for our company, our people and our world. And our commitment to that belief has never been stronger.
In 2015, we conducted our first materiality analysis, which has informed our Corporate Social Responsibility reporting. This analysis showed that financial performance, customer relations, data privacy and protection, community engagement, innovation and ethical conduct are the highest priority issues to PNC and our various stakeholders.
To be successful in these key areas, we continue to invest in our employees, customers and communities, remain aware of our impact on the environment, and adhere to strong governance and risk management practices.
Employees are our greatest asset and help differentiate us in the marketplace.
Our business model is built around strengthening the communities we serve.
Environmentally friendly business practices define our operations as a company.
Our focus on customers defines the way we do business.
Everyone at PNC is responsible for upholding our core values across all of our business practices.
We're strategic about the risks we take in order to protect our customers and other stakeholders.
Get to know our leaders who are paving the way forward in key areas such as the customer experience, diversity and inclusion, technology, community affairs, sustainability and risk management.
If you'd like to see the full Corporate Social Responsibility Report, you're in the right place. Within the report, you'll find more detailed information on the key topics above, as well as our Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) index.
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This Corporate Social Responsibility section should be read in conjunction with PNC’s 2016 Annual Report and 2017 Proxy Statement, both of which contain additional information about our company. This report uses certain terms, including those that the GRI sustainability reporting guidelines refer to as “Material Aspects,” to reflect the issues of greatest importance to PNC and our stakeholders. Used in this context, these terms should not be confused with the terms, “material” or “materiality,” as defined by or construed in accordance with securities law, or as used in the context of financial statements and financial reporting. Furthermore, any forward- looking statements contained in this report should not be unduly relied upon, as actual results could differ materially from expectations. For more information about such statements, please refer to the “Forward-Looking Statements” and “Risk Factors” sections of our Form 10-K in PNC’s Annual Report for the year ended December 31, 2016, which can be found within Investor Relations.
This material does not constitute an offer or solicitation in any jurisdiction where or to whom it would be unauthorized or unlawful to do so.
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