Wnuk to leave PNC Bank

After nine years with PNC Bank, including the last four as regional president in Milwaukee, Beth Wnuk has decided to leave the company to pursue other opportunities, according to a letter sent to PNC employees by Dale Klose, executive vice president of the company’s regional presidents group.
“We have launched a search to replace Beth. And given our goal to establish PNC as a premier provider of solutions for large and middle market businesses in Milwaukee, we will expand the regional president role to include responsibility for the Corporate Banking segment. Beth plans to remain with us in her current position through the transition and will play a role in identifying the new regional president,” Klose wrote. “We have made great strides under Beth’s leadership. We have increased our brand visibility, strengthened our business development team and launched a significant effort to expand our branch presence in the region. In addition, Beth has spearheaded a number of initiatives that have deepened PNC’s ties to the community. I want to thank Beth for these contributions and everything she has done to position PNC for continued success. Let me close by also thanking everyone across the market for your efforts on behalf of PNC. We look forward to an exciting future in Milwaukee.”
PNC Bank is based in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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