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Asset Management Group Development Program

PNC's Asset Management Group (AMG) serves the complex needs of high-net worth individuals, families and institutions through a planning based model delivered by a team of experts in investments, fiduciary, banking and wealth planning. PNC's disciplined approach focuses on helping our clients to achieve their financial goals, whether that is to prepare for retirement, educate their children or grandchildren, finance a second home, or ensure charitable inclinations are met.

This six to 12 month program provides exposure to all facets of AMG, leveraging classroom and online training and on-the-job experiences to build a strong foundation in both client service and financial services. You'll also discover how we work closely with our PNC team of investment, fiduciary, banking and wealth planning experts to assist clients with their financial and investment needs.

Candidate Snapshot

Many of our senior leaders launched their careers in the AMG development program. It is a great place to start a career where you can build client relationships and develop solutions and strategies while using your sales and leadership skills in a fast-paced environment. Major areas of study include Finance, Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting and Economics. Associates are frequently looked upon to help AMG expand in new and emerging markets, and may have an opportunity to join PNC as an Associate Relationship Manager.

Learning & Development

The AMG Development Program curriculum includes:

  • Seven week course introducing credit risk analysis and an overview of PNC products and services.
  • Participation in AMG sales, product and leadership training programs.
  • Market-based rotations in core disciplines such as banking, investment and strategy, fiduciary/trust, wealth planning/retirement, and relationship management.
  • Formal and informal job shadowing and networking relationships across multiple levels.

The remainder of your training will be conducted on the job, guided by your program manager, line of business managers and broader teams in the line of business.

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