PNC Financial Services Group has completed the third phase of National City Bank conversion with the addition of 1.5 million customers and 420 branches across Michigan and northern Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron and Toledo.
The branch locations opened as scheduled after the coversion. Previously, 2.9 million customers and 560 branches across five states Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania were successfully converted to PNC.
The final phase, effective June 14, involves 1.6 million customers and 390 branches in the remainder of Indiana- primarily Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and South Bend -along with the states of Illinois, Missouri and Wisconsin. However, the communications to these customers began in March.
Thomas Whitford, vice chairman and co-leader of the National City integration at PNC, said: “We remain on schedule to complete this conversion in June as a result of the teamwork among our employees in the combined company and their commitment to make this transition easy for our customers.”