PNC Bank, a subsidiary of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., traces its roots back to the 1852 founding of the Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company. The bank's modern entity emerged from a 1983 merger between Pittsburgh National Corporation and Provident National Corporation, forming PNC Financial Corporation. The key figures behind the establishment of these predecessor entities include James Laughlin and B.F. Jones for the Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company, and Thomas Mellon for the Pittsburgh National Corporation.

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Headquartered at The Tower at PNC Plaza, 300 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, PNC Bank operates as a full-service bank offering a wide array of banking products and services. These offerings span across deposits, payments, personal lending, credit card services, wealth advisory, and brokerage services, among others. PNC Bank operates in a robust network comprising 2400 domestic locations spread across 29 states and 60,000 PNC ATMs in the USA, hence having a significant presence in the nation's banking sector.

PNC Bank falls under the National Bank category, classified as a member of the Federal Reserve System. It operates under the primary federal regulation of the Comptroller of the Currency and is a Member FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation), with its FDIC establishment dating back to 01/01/1804 under the FDIC number 6384.

In terms of routing numbers, PNC Bank utilizes several, designated for different types of transactions and regions. The notable routing numbers include 043000096 for both domestic and international wire transfers, 043300738 for facilitating ACH and Fedwire funds transfers in Pennsylvania, 031000053 specifically designated to PNCBANK, National Association, and 267084199 for US wire transfers. Here is the list of PNC Bank Routing Numbers CLick Here.

The bank adheres to a privacy policy effective from 06/01/2023, committed to responsible handling and utilization of personal financial information of its customers. The policy outlines the rights of customers both residing in California and internationally.

In the digital age, PNC Bank has embraced online and mobile banking platforms, providing customers with convenient self-service digital tools for efficient account management, aligning with modern banking trends and customer preferences.


Bank Name PNC Bank
Headquarters The Tower at PNC Plaza, 300 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, U.S.
Bank Class National Bank - FED Member
CEO William S. Demchak
Bank FDIC FDIC# 6384
Swift Code PNCCUS33
Atm's 60000
Location 2400 Branches in 29 states
Routing Number Click Here
President William S. Demchak
Customer Service 1 (888) 762-2265
Credit Card Support 1-800-282-7541
Number of Employees 59426
Parent PNC Financial Services
Area Served Worldwide


State PNC routing number State PNC routing number
PNC Alabama 043000096 PNC Delaware 031100089
PNC Washington DC 054000030 PNC Florida 267084199
PNC Georgia 053100850/ 061192630 PNC Illinois 071921891
PNC Indiana 043000096 PNC Kentucky 083000108
PNC Maryland 054000030 PNC Michigan 041000124
PNC Missouri 071921891 PNC New Jersey 031207607
PNC North Carolina 043000096 PNC Ohio 042000398/ 041000124
PNC Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh 043000096 PNC South Carolina 53100850
PNC Virginia 054000030 PNC West Virginia 271971560
PNC Wisconsin 071921891 Domestic Wire Transfer 043000096
International Wire Transfer to PNC account in the USA 043000096    


A SWIFT code, also known as a BIC (Bank Identifier Code), is a standard format for uniquely identifying banks globally, especially during international transactions. It comprises 8-11 characters. The first 4 characters represent the bank's code, the next 2 denote the country, followed by 2 for the city. The remaining characters (which are optional) specify the bank's branch. This system ensures secure and efficient cross-border transfers. For instance, when sending money overseas, one would need the recipient's bank SWIFT code. It acts as an address that tells where to send the money, ensuring funds reach the correct institution.


PNCC Bank code
US Country code
33 Location code
Branch code
  • Country code A-Z

    2 letters representing the country the bank is in.

  • Location code 0-9 A-Z

    2 characters made up of letters or numbers. It says where that bank's head office is.

  • Branch Code 0-9 A-Z

    3 digits specifying a particular branch. 'XXX' represents the bank’s head office.


Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.

01-01-1804 Institution established. Original name: The National Newark and Essex Banking Company of Newark.
11-10-1966 Changed Institution Name to National Newark & Essex Bank.
10-01-1973 Changed Institution Name to Midlantic National Bank.
03-31-1974 Acquired Millburn-Short Hills Bank (18162) in Millburn, NJ.
12-31-1976 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/West (19187) in Morristown, NJ.
01-12-1981 Main Office moved to Park Plaza Building, Newark, NJ 07101.
04-01-1988 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/Sussex & Merchants (6391) in Newton, NJ.
07-01-1989 Main Office moved to Park Plaza Building, 80 Park Plaza, Newark, NJ 07102.
07-01-1989 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/South (6457) in Mount Laurel, NJ.
07-01-1989 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/Merchants (19289) in Neptune Township, Nj.
01-11-1991 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/Delaware (27147) in Wilmington, DE.
09-27-1991 Acquired Midlantic National Bank/North (15662) in West Paterson, NJ.
08-27-1994 Changed Institution Name to Midlantic Bank, National Association.
08-27-1994 Acquired Continental Bank (475) in Norristown, PA.
06-30-1995 Acquired Bank and Trust Company of Old York Road (17090) in Willow Grove, PA.
09-06-1996 Changed Institution Name to Pnc Bank, National Association.
09-06-1996 Main Office moved to 249 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
09-06-1996 Acquired Pnc Bank, National Association (7944) in Pittsburgh, PA.
11-30-1997 Acquired Pnc Mortgage Bank, National Association (31435) in Pittsburgh, PA.