As a Main Street bank, we take pride in how we relate to and serve our customers and communities. Those relationships are at the heart of our business model. For this reason, among others, having a strong leadership presence in each of the communities we serve is vital. In addition to ensuring that PNC’s brand and corporate priorities are consistent across the company’s footprint, this leadership approach supports individual communities’ culture, demographics and progress.
This support is critical, as we recognize that we only are as strong as our communities. When our communities prosper, so does PNC. The corollary also is true, as a strong regional bank, such as PNC, can support the communities where it conducts business through job creation, local infrastructure, small business loans, financial education and sponsorships, among other benefits. Understanding the importance of this connectivity, PNC is committed to making business decisions that positively impact its communities.
Our business model is built on prioritizing the communities where we do business through strong local leadership and collaboration with local groups.
This commitment has enabled the company to lower costs, increase efficiency and productivity and strengthen the communities where we conduct business. Among other achievements in 2015, PNC opened The Tower at PNC Plaza, earned a position on the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index and continued to optimize our energy performance.
Through green building practices, we continue to seek new ways to minimize our impact on the environment.
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As PNC's reduction goals account for Scope 1 and 2 emissions, annual emissions reflect both scopes together.
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