Wisconsin Banking News

PNC Bank to convert National City branches in Wisconsin in June

The PNC Financial Services Group Inc. will convert all of the National City Bank branches in Wisconsin to PNC Banks in June.

The Wisconsin conversions will be included in the fourth and final phase of the rebranding of National City Banks to PNC Banks.

Pittsburgh-based PNC has successfully completed the conversion of 1.1 million customers and 320 branches from National City Bank to PNC Bank in central and southern Ohio along with Kentucky and southern Indiana.

"The process of converting customer accounts is proceeding smoothly as the acquisition of National City continues to exceed our own expectations," said Thomas Whitford, PNC vice chairman and co-leader of the National City integration. "We remain on track to complete the account conversion process by mid-year, which is ahead of our original schedule."

"We see opportunities to gain individual and business customers across our expanded franchise and provide them with our full range of products and services," said Shelley Seifert, co-leader of the integration for PNC.

The conversion will mark another name change for customers of National City Bank in Wisconsin. PNC acquired National City Corp. of Cleveland, Ohio, in December 2008. National City had purchased MAF Bancorp Inc., the Chicago-based parent of MidAmerica Bank, in 2007. MAF Bancorp previously acquired St. Francis Bank in 2003.

 

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