PNC Global Investment Servicing

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Updated Mar 28, 2014

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PNC Global Investment Servicing President & CEO William S. Demchak

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46% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Branch Financial Advisor, Vice President

    Branch Financial Advisor, Vice President (Current Employee) Clearwater, FL

    ProsPNCI is a unique animal. The Bank is relatively new to my market. I have an engaged team, great people, tons of opportunities, & I'm making good money.

    ConsThe company comes first and that is very clear. Marginal benefits, no deferred comp, hectic environment, anti-advisor compliance, and antiquated systems and processes.

    Advice to Senior ManagementHire a former Merrill Lynch or UBS director to retool and run PNCI. This can be something great given the right systems.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

     

    Great company to work for

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsGreat team at the organization

    Conssupport department not too concerned about helping

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    Learned a lot, but PNC was toxic environment.

    Director (Former Employee) King of Prussia, PA

    ProsSmart and dedicated employees. Family friendly environment (depending on your supervisor and job). Opportunity to travel and interact with interesting clients.

    ConsExperience with customers and industry didn't seem to matter to PNC bank management. Poor leadership and decision making to try to run financial services with banking philosophy. Upper management set up unhealthy competition within and between departments and sites.

    Advice to Senior ManagementCompany is now part of BNY/Mellon which is hopefully running it better.

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    not the best place for salaries

    Securities Lending (Former Employee) Philadelphia, PA

    Prosthere is really nothing really positive to say about working at pnc. i am very happy that i no longer work there.

    Consthe worst thing about working at pnc was the incredibly low pay. i worked there for over ten years and the company did not offer overtime pay. i worked a lot of hours. it was a horrible job.

    Advice to Senior ManagementPlease pay more to your employees. especially college graduates.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Promotion at work is really slow.

    Investment Ll (Former Employee) Westborough, MA

    ProsStaff is good ,work is lighter

    ConsWork Load and assignments stress is very bad sometimes

    Advice to Senior ManagementEmployee appreciation

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) Philadelphia, PA

    ProsPNC GIS was a wonderful company to work for. The benefits and the pay were fine. I got exceptional annual review, all of Senior Management and other staff were friendly and cared about one another. We all worked together very well like a well oiled machine. We all helped each other if need be. I do miss PNC GIS. We all had such a wonderful rapport with all of the other departments. Working for PNC GIS was a wonderful experience.

    ConsPNC GIS was sold to Bank of New York Mellon on 7/1/2010 and as a result I was laid off on 12/16/2011. For me, that is the only con. Because I have nothing but good things to say about PNC GIS.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    good place to work balance

    Analyst (Former Employee) Philadelphia, PA

    Prosgood place to work balance

    Consless efficient work process overall

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Control accounting specialist

    Control Accountant (Former Employee) King of Prussia, PA

    ProsNice people to work with, flexible

    ConsSalary very low, and not much advancement

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Vice President

    Vice President (Former Employee) King of Prussia, PA

    ProsAccountable for own P&L, including decision making.
    Great small company feel inside a larger, strong balance sheet firm.
    Good mix of traditional services that plod along in terms of revenue and some dabble in the high growth areas.

    ConsPFPC was never part of the core strategy for PNC.
    Cutting staff and not replacing key departures made it difficult to keep pace with client commitments.

    Advice to Senior ManagementNot applicable.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    GIS business sold to BNY Mellon

    Systems Integrator II (Former Employee) Philadelphia, PA

    ProsPFPC (PNC GIS) was traditionally a relaxed atmosphere for dress and decorum. This was a very separate subsidiary of PNC Bank.

    ConsGIS units were either converted to core BNY Mellon systems, absorbed, or dismantled. This review is meant to clarify that for those who may be seeking employment with PFPC, which no longer exists. See BNY Mellon reviews.

    Advice to Senior ManagementContinue to integrate functionality and retain the absorbed GIS client base. Keep up the good work.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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