PNC Financial is one of the nation's most popular regional banks. Based in Pittsburgh, it operates more than 2,900 branches across 19 states and the District of Columbia. It has $305 billion of assets on its balance sheet and approximately $336 billion in assets under management or administration. But while these are impressive figures, do they make PNC a good stock to buy? Motley Fool contributor John Maxfield discusses this question in the video below.
The big banks may be rushing to renew their focus on traditional banking, but well-run regional banks like PNC Financial are already there. PNC saw its share of hardships during the financial meltdown, but its management team thinks the bank is now back on track and ready to deliver for investors. Does this mean it's time to buy PNC? To help you figure that out, one of The Motley Fool's top banking analysts has authored a brand-new premium research report, delving into everything investors need to know about PNC today. To claim your copy, simply click here now for instant access.
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