What are some banks in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?


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Some banks serving the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area are Citizens Bank, Dollar Bank and PNC Bank. Other banks are Fidelity Bank, Iron and Glass Bank, Mars National Bank, Northside Bank and Parkvale Bank. About 24 banks and credit unions serve the Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania areas as of 2015.

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Citizens Bank has five locations in the Pittsburgh area and is part of Providence, Rhode Island-based Citizens Financial Group, which bought Mellon Bank in 2001. Citizens engages in retail and commercial banking for individuals, small and medium enterprises, large companies and institutions. Some of its retail banking services include personal banking services, mortgage loans, auto loans and student loans. It also offers wholesale banking services such as treasury services, foreign exchange, debt syndication and capital markets.

Founded in 1855, Dollar Bank has more than 50 locations across southwest Pennsylvania and northeast Ohio, offering full service personal and business banking such as checking and savings accounts, financing, leasing, real estate lending and credit cards. It is the country's largest independent mutual bank as of 2009. In 2012, it implemented video-enabled teller machines that allow customers to speak to a live teller during off-banking hours.

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PNC Financial Services Group is the fifth-largest bank in the country in terms of locations and the ninth-largest in terms of total assets. It operates 2,700 branches in 19 states with about 8,000 ATMs. It offers personal banking services, personal and business loans, merchant services, business credit services, and corporate and institutional banking services.

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