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Finance & Accounting Development Program

PNC's Finance team drives achievement for the organization by continually exceeding the expectations of our stakeholders. In this program, Finance Analysts develop and interpret financial information in support of corporate goals and objectives. Participants have the opportunity to build a foundation in core functions, systems, software, financial tools and organizational processes, as well as to create a professional network, achieve organizational awareness and grow leadership capabilities.

The Finance & Accounting Development Program currently offers three distinct 12 month program tracks:

  • Finance Track - General
  • Finance Track - CPA
  • Investment Operations Track

Candidate Snapshot

The Finance & Accounting program will appeal to you if you enjoy accounting, budgeting and forecasting, reconciling variances and other analysis. You will be exposed to reporting and disclosure requirements, quantitative methods like net present value, price to earnings ratio, economic capital and performance. Major areas of study may include Accounting, Finance, Math, Statistics, or Economics. Participants frequently develop into Finance Analysts or Accounting Specialists as a foundation for a career within our Finance organization.

Learning & Development

The Finance & Accounting Development Program curriculum includes:

  • Technical Competencies - Targeted at strengthening analytics, technical knowledge and business acumen.
  • Enterprise Competencies - Designed to build the capacity to establish a clear vision and purpose, lead change, manage risk, drive results, grow capabilities and build high-performing teams.
  • Rotational Work Assignments - Approximately four assignments, each three months in length, incorporating training, mentoring and networking with top PNC executives.
    • Finance Track Analysts (General and CPA) rotate through Finance departments which may include:
      • Assets & Liabilities
      • Asset Management Group Finance
      • Control
      • Corporate & Institutional Banking Finance
      • Corporate Performance Measurement
      • Corporate Tax
      • Investor Relations
      • Retail Finance
      • Shared Services Finance
      • Specialized Loan Accounting and Analysis
    • Investment Operations Track Analysts rotate through Investment Operations departments, including PNC Capital Markets and PNC Asset & Liability Management. These roles support products and services such as Foreign Exchange, Derivatives, and Securities Sales & Trading, as well as investment securities portfolios, wholesale funding and various hedging business activities.

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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