PNC Financial Services Review Data
129 total review submissions
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Tampa||Investment Management||lifestyle and culture were the biggest pros to working. I…||There were no cons to the job. I still get excited to go to…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Pittsburgh||Strategy||Great culture and interesting work. Lots of growth…||Compensation is lower than peers and some locations are not…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Private Wealth Management||The people at the company are very nice. The pay package…||Poor structure to the program. They were not very…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Analytics||* Supportive Management
* Responsibility &…
|* Limited opportunity outside of Pittsburgh
|2019||Intern||Pittsburgh||Analytics||The culture at PNC cannot be beat. Everyone is so kind and…||My tasks were sometimes menial, but I think that is part of…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Los Angeles||Corporate Banking||Great team support, easy to approach superiors. Well…||Lots of driving or traveling required for the first part of…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Stamford||Equity Capital Markets||Great learning experience so far for someone without a lot…||There is a clear ceiling for the responsibilities of…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||Chicago||Debt Capital Markets||Very good team to work for, many offices across the Midwest…||Tough to advance up. Lots of red tape being a large bank.…|
|2019||Intern||Pittsburgh||Debt Capital Markets||Great culture, learned a lot through deal flow, hands on…||There is nothing much I can say that was negative about the…|
|2018||Intern||Baltimore||Asset Management||- the pay was really good
- the company treated us…
|- they were very harsh on us and had very expectations that…|
|2019||Intern||Pittsburgh||Retail Banking||great overtime offered upon supervisors request, and most…||Not much growth in that market for minoritiesand most of…|
|2019||Intern||Pittsburgh||Treasury||- Opportunities to move up
- Good working…
|- Sometimes boring work
- some down-time
|2019||Intern||Pittsburgh||Operations||Great people. Great work life balance. Learned valuable…||Almost everyone on my team worked from home, hard to…|
|2019||Intern||Philadelphia||Investment Banking||-great hours for being in investment banking
|-being more transparent about group hirings and positions…|
|2019||Intern||Philadelphia||Securitization||Work Life Balance
Equivalent to street pay ($90K…
|Low culture morale as company wants to keep expenses low…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Treasury||Absolute 100% happiness. Coming into work here has been a…||Nothing at all. everything is really good here. There are…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Analyst||Philadelphia||Private Banking||Great culture, good benefits, Philly is great city,…||Direction of dev program seems to change, no market comp…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Generalist||Good culture, interesting work, very friendly atmosphere…||Given the risk profile of the bank you do not always get a…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Philadelphia||Generalist||Pros
- good work life balance
|- Work facilities could be renovated (poor bathroom for…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York||Investment Banking||got to come into work zooty and do what i needed and my…||got to come into work zooty and do what i needed and my…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Generalist||Good work environment. Encouraging management to help new…||Micromanagement at every turn. Work can get repetitive if…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Pittsburgh||Advisory||PNC has some really healthy lines of business. I started…||The worst part of PNC (and I suspect any large financial…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Cleveland||Generalist||Great work-life balance.
I feel valued.
|Very low bonus.
Lack of transparency on performance…
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Philadelphia||Generalist||Work life balance significantly better than BB banks, able…||Range of possible transactions seems limited comparatively…|
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