The 2018 scorecard highlights progress we have made from 2017 to 2018 and our goals for 2018 and beyond.

See the scores in each of the areas below.

Bank Responsibly

Objective Metric 2016 2017 Goals for 2018 and Beyond 2018
BANK RESPONSIBLY Governance
Percent women among independent board directors 31% 36% At least 30% of PNC’s independent board directors will be women. 33%*
Percent racial/ethnic diversity among independent board directors 15% 14% Maintain or improve racial/ethnic diversity among independent board directors year-over-year 25%*
Sustainable Finance
Sustainable financing $6 billion + $16 billion +   $23 billion + since 2016
Responsible investing assets under management $2 billion $2.1 billion Year-over-year increase $2.4 billion
Ethical Conduct
Percent of employees (both part-time and full-time) completing annual ethics training 100% 100%

100% of part- and full-time employees will complete annual ethics training.

100%
New clients subject to enhanced ESG due diligence 7 21   23
Existing clients subject to enhanced ESG due diligence 125 172   229
Sustainable Operations
Scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions -30% -42% 75% reduction by 2035, compared to a 2009 baseline -48%
Energy consumption -28% -32% 75% reduction by 2035, compared to a 2009 baseline -36%
Total water consumption -23% -29% 50% reduction by 2035, compared to a 2012 baseline -34%
LEED® square footage 15% 18%   18%
ENERGY STAR® certifications 155 205   205
Internal paper consumption -15% -15% Year-over-year decrease
-11%
Renewable energy Not reported Not reported Achieve 100% renewable energy by 2025 1%
*Data is accurate as of April 23, 2019, when PNC held its Annual Shareholder Meeting.
Recognized for our Efforts

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