Nowadays, the bank operates in more than 2,000 branches in Washington, D.C. and 15 states. Its core business lines include personal and commercial banking, asset management, real estate, and mortgage loans, securities brokerage, and insurance products.
Similar to most other banks on this list, Truist offers an expansive menu of digital banking features like Zelle mobile payments, remote check deposits, and online bill payment.
7. PNC Financial Services Group Inc.
Headquarters: Pittsburgh, PA
Assets: $469.30 billion
Domestic Branches: 2,208
In 2008, Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company acquired National City Corporation and rebranded itself as PNC Bank. This regional financial company initially operated in 19 states in the Midwest, Northeast, and Southern United States, but it also started expanding toward the east in 2018.
PNC is well-known for creating original products and offering specialized perks and services. For example, the company started offering mobile payment options to clients with Visa commercial cards and leveraging mobile wallets like Apple Pay.