As a Main Street bank, we are invested in our customers’, communities’ and employees’ financial well-being. Believing that taking simple steps today can make all the difference in one’s future, we devote significant energy and expertise to ensure that we are delivering the most relevant insights and resources when and where our stakeholders need them.
Here are a few examples of what we're doing to promote financial literacy:
We launched this tool last year when research showed us that students want to learn money management skills from their financial institution nearly as much as their parents do. Schools were also asking us for financial education materials. To meet the need, we launched the PNC My Finance Academy web page featuring easy-to-access articles, podcasts and our first webcast. We are continuing to develop content that will help students interested in growing their financial skills. To learn more, visit PNC My Finance Academy
This website offers resources, perspectives and insights that range from preventing theft of your child's identity to the steps to take if you inherit a retirement account. In 2018, we published 53 articles with financial advice and educational tips that not only reached a large audience on our website, but were also widely distributed across social media and other news channels. To learn more, visit PNC Point of View
This online banking essentials course is tailored for those who are entering or re-entering the banking system. In 2018, 8,200 people completed the course.
In partnership with the PNC Foundation, PNC Community Development Banking provides grants to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved housing counseling agencies that offer homebuyer education. PNC employees work with these agencies to host courses that cover the many steps to buying a home, from estimating monthly payments to shopping for and purchasing a home.
Our financial advisors regularly present seminars that are focused on different life stages and financial goals:
Read a summary of privacy rights for California residents which outlines the types of information we collect, and how and why we use that information.