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We present our clients with solutions that reflect best practices based on knowledge of other clients and industry developments and a deep understanding of their different industry sector. Our approach is organized around client needs, not products — which helps us deliver more efficient service, seamless transaction execution and opportunities for our clients to lower borrowing costs.
Our regional approach to doing business provides us with a keen understanding of the local and national economic factors affecting each client. We are responsible and professional; we care about our clients' success and the success of the communities they serve, wherever they are in the United States.
PNC’s Public Finance group is committed to serving the financial needs of public sector entities of all types and sizes, from state and local governments, school districts and transportation authorities to institutions of higher education and nonprofit organizations — including hospitals and healthcare institutions.
PNC has committed more than $15 billion to governments, nonprofits and higher education institutions through balance sheet tools including loans, direct placements, lines and letters of credit, SBPA and other structures to support the capital and operating needs of public finance entities across our footprint. PNC brings a best-in-class delivery model based on the organization of credit products and risk teams around specific client sectors.
Over the past five years, we have raised capital for and provided direct underwriting and investment banking services for more than 1,800 municipal bond issuances totaling more than $99 billion in municipal securities. That ranks us among the largest and most active public finance firms in the nation.
Higher Education: Public and private colleges and universities, technical colleges
Major Governments: State governments and agencies, major cities and counties and associated agencies, major transportation agencies, utilities, airports, sports facilities
Local Governments: Smaller counties, cities, towns, townships, boroughs, water and sewer authorities, school districts, tax increment financing (TIF) districts
Schools: School districts, charter schools, private, independent or religious secondary schools and other educational institutions
Nonprofits: National, regional and community-based endowments, associations and service organizations and affiliates
Housing and Redevelopment: State and local housing finance issuers as well as direct lending, tax credit capital and syndication for housing and redevelopment projects
Healthcare: Acute care, academic medical centers, specialty care, long-term care, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living
Corporate and Economic Development: Taxable and tax-exempt industrial development or manufacturing issues and special issuance structures
Open to the public, TAC sponsors “Make a Splash,” an initiative that teaches kids about water safety and drownproofing. TAC is also one of the most successful aquatic centers in the country, hosting more than 80 events annually. Learn More »
We discussed our vision with PNC over the course of more than a year to be sure that our needs and their requirements were aligned. But aside from the business nature of the relationship, it was clear that PNC understood the mission, cared about the community and wanted to provide the financing the best way possible.
Series 2017/2018 B Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note
General Obligation Bonds
Series 2017 Certificates of Participation
Port Improvement Revenue Bonds and Credit Facility
Interest Rate Swap Novation