PNC Bank has formed a Community Advisory Council, which will offer guidance for the bank's community lending, investment and service efforts. In particular, the council's 17 members will support the Community Benefits Plan, according to a press release.
The members include a variety of representatives from nonprofits, community leaders and stakeholders. The group will meet semi-annually to discuss home lending, small business lending and community investment commitments.
"We're committed to working with our newest advisory council members to address relevant community issues in our markets, to identify opportunities to bring the plan to life for residents and neighborhoods in our footprint, and to help build a more equitable future for all," Rey Ocañas, executive vice president and director of PNC's Community Development Banking, said in the release.
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