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Risk Development Program

PNC's emphasis on effective risk management and adhering to our enterprise risk appetite is a vital part of our company's strategy for success. During this 12-month program, you will support our businesses in meeting their responsibilities for managing risk.

The work involves establishing and maintaining our stable risk monitoring environment that can be effectively managed to better capture opportunities and optimize shareholder value. You will learn how to proactively identify, assess, report and control risks, and how to measure and monitor risks at business-specific and enterprise levels. You'll also participate in teambuilding and networking events and other activities to build professional skills.

Candidate Snapshot

The Risk Development Program might interest you if you are a strategic and detail-oriented individual that would like to help increase shareholder value. Major areas of study might include Accounting, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Technology, Information Systems, Business Administration or other related fields.

Learning & Development

The Risk Development Program curriculum includes:

  • Risk Orientation - An orientation to PNC's Risk management philosophy and principles, the enterprise Risk Management framework and each of our eight Risk functions.
  • Risk Management Curriculum - Risk-specific training sessions, "Lunch & Learn" events, online learning and professional skills/competency development.
  • Rotational Work Assignments - You will also rotate through four of these Risk functions:
    • Analytics & Portfolio Management
    • Enterprise Risk Management/BASEL
    • Corporate Compliance
    • Market Risk Management
    • Model Risk Management
    • Risk Information
    • Risk Operations
    • Credit Risk (Limited Opportunity)

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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