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PNC Bank Canada Branch (PNC Canada) delivers a seamless, consistent cross-border solution through a single Relationship Manager to support all of your company’s financial activity in both countries.
With a common platform for both sides of the border, PNC’s Treasury Management services can be tailored to help you seamlessly manage cross-border receivables and payables. Your PNC Relationship Manager serves as a single point of contact to streamline and coordinate your cash flow requirements. Learn more »
We offer one of the industry's most comprehensive arrays of banking and financing solutions to major commercial real estate owners, operators, developers and investors.
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Realizing your vision requires capital that goes beyond the numbers, beyond borders and beyond traditional asset-based lending. Mid-size companies and private equity firms count on our consistency and track record of performance. PNC Business Credit provides asset based lending and second lien and financing including cross-border and in-country originations for Canadian and U.S. companies. Learn more »
PNC Equipment Finance helps large corporations, middle market companies, small businesses, municipal governments and many types of institutional entities throughout the United States and Canada, acquire assets from rail cars to software. We also help manufacturers, distributors and vendors of capital equipment grow by providing their customers with fast and efficient financing options.
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Many businesses find that private aircraft ownership is a necessity, not a luxury. Our suite of flexible financing solutions is uniquely designed to meet the needs of sophisticated corporate aircraft owners from high net-worth individuals to Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States and Canada. Connect with an experienced PNC Aviation Finance representative. Learn more »
Are you considering a major acquisition? Purchasing capital equipment for expansion? Need financing for operating expenses? Your PNC Relationship Manager can help you take advantage of new opportunities with revolving lines of credit, term loans and letters of credit* in both the United States and Canada. Have larger capital needs? Your single point of contact can also provide access to flexible syndications and club deals.
James Bruce is Vice President and Relationship Manager for PNC Business Credit. He is responsible for the management and growth of PNC customer relationships.
Bruce has more than 25 years of credit experience. He has focused on asset based lending for more than a decade and has been involved in both underwriting and account management with Canadian schedule I banks and U.S. based lenders.
Bruce received his bachelor’s degree from Concordia University and his MBA from McGill University.
Caroline Stade is a financial professional with more than 25 years’ experience in the industry, and presently Senior Vice President, Corporate Banking, for PNC Bank Canada Branch in Toronto.
In her current role Ms. Stade represents all of PNC’s Canadian Corporate Banking capabilities to both Canadian domestic corporations and those Canadian firms owned by PNC’s US footprint clients. Her particular focus is on debt structuring and sales for large and mid-market companies and on assisting companies entering Canada for the first time.
Prior to joining PNC, Ms. Stade held VP, Account Management and Sales positions at Credit Lyonnais Canada and CIBC. Ms. Stade holds an MBA from the University of Toronto, an undergraduate degree from McMaster in accounting and statistics, and has completed the Canadian Securities Course.
David Olsen is a financial services executive with more than 20 years in the industry, and is the Regional President and Principal Officer for PNC Bank Canada Branch in Toronto, Ontario.
Working across a broad spectrum of financial services in the United States and Canada, Mr. Olsen has developed expertise in corporate banking, treasury management, business and retail banking, and risk management.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Olsen held a number of leadership positions, including Chief Operating Officer, Regional Sales Director, and Division Manager.
Mr. Olsen serves on the Payments Committee of The Canadian Bankers Association. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of The American Chamber of Commerce and the Founding Chairman of Select USA in Toronto.
Mr. Olsen holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Joseph Migliacci is a Vice President for PNC's International Advisory Team within the PNC Canada Branch located in Toronto.
In his role, Joseph is responsible for the Canadian oversight of the firms in market development covering Canadian headquartered companies as well as those North American companies conducting business in market, additionally he acts as the main liaison with Payments Canada and Canadian Bankers Association. Additionally, Joseph is a leading member of PNC’s Commercial Card team ensuring the firm’s competitive offering for North American clients.
Joseph has over 10 years’ experience in Treasury Product and Relationship Management at leading North American banks.
Eric Brock currently serves as Chief Operating Officer for PNC Bank Canada Branch in Toronto, Ontario, and has more than 20 years of financial services experience in sales, business management, and regulatory compliance across retail banking, commercial banking, and investment banking.
Prior to joining PNC Bank, Brock held senior roles in anti-money laundering and sanction compliance, operations, regional program management, and investment banking relationship management for Canadian and international banks in Canada and in Latin America.
He holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, Toronto, and a bachelor of arts with honors degree from the University of Toronto. He is currently completing a master’s degree at the University of Toronto Law School in the law program.
With over 20 years of finance experience within Capital Markets, Credit & Risk Management, Direct Sales, Operations and Program Management, Steve was recently appointed as Head of PNC Bank’s Canadian Equipment Finance team.
Prior to his current role, Steve was the Chief Operating Officer of PNC Bank Canada Branch. Before joining PNC, Steve focused on the Canadian corporate market segment through various senior roles at Royal Bank of Canada, ABN Amro, Siemens Financial Services, TD Bank & GE Capital. Steve began his finance career as Investment Banking Analyst with Morgan Stanley.
Steve holds degrees from the University of Toronto and currently resides in Toronto.
This webinar will focus on global trade agreements, with particular emphasis on Canada, as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA/ “the New NAFTA”) comes into focus
Expanding your business takes both strategic perspective and tactical execution. At PNC Canada, we can help you work through the challenges of doing business across the border and capitalize on opportunities.
While there may be differences between U.S. and Canadian banking structures, Canada is working toward payment systems that will be familiar to U.S companies to further facilitate cross-border transactions.
PNC and PNC Bank are registered marks of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. ("PNC").
In Canada, PNC Bank Canada Branch, the Canadian branch of PNC Bank, provides bank deposit, treasury management, lending (including asset-based lending) and leasing products and services. Deposits with PNC Bank Canada Branch are not insured by The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Lending and leasing products and services, as well as certain other banking products and services, require credit approval.
PNC Bank Canada Branch does not provide legal, tax or accounting advice.
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