By the Numbers

 

PNC has been growing for more than 160 years and now has more than 42,200 Corporate & Institutional Banking clients.

Here’s what else the numbers tell us

When you turn to us to obtain capital, benefit from innovative treasury management solutions, explore M&A options, expand internationally or engage our investment management and administrative services, it’s good to know that when it comes to our reputation, the numbers add up.

PNC


Corporate & Institutional


20+

Years on the Fortune 200 Companies list (Fortune, 2019)

 


800+

PNC Business Credit deals in the last 5 years, $55 billion in commitments under management[1]
 


$554 Billion

Assets as of June 30, 2021
 


$30+ Billion

In capital committed to the healthcare industry and 500+ dedicated healthcare employees with direct experience[1]


300+

LEED® certifications

 


#5

Originator among banks, PNC Real Estate (MBA Commercial/Multifamily Annual Origination Rankings, 2020)
 


$500 Million

Invested in PNC Grow Up Great®

 


Top 4

Treasury Management provider in the country (EY, 2019)

 


$88 Billion

Community Development Plan to help underserved individuals and communities over a four-year period beginning Jan. 1, 2022.
 

 


#5

In the number of syndicated deals in the U.S. primary real estate loan market (Loan Pricing Corporation, Fiscal Year 2020)



ONE

Of "The World's Most Admired Companies" (Fortune, 2020)

 


Two-Thirds

Provider of financial services to more than two-thirds of the Fortune 500 and thousands of other corporate and institutional clients (2020)


Beyond These Numbers

PNC has earned these accolades and more


  • 100 Most Sustainable Companies (Barron’s, 2020)
  • Named to the Gender-Equality Index (Bloomberg, 2020)
  • PNC Bank is a holder of the Presidential “E” Award for Excellence in Export Services (awarded by the U.S. Department of Commerce)

Important Legal Disclosures & Information

  1. As of 06/30/21.

Lending and leasing products and services, including card services and merchant services, as well as certain other banking products and services, may require credit approval.

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.