Banking institutions in Pennsylvania include local or regional banks, such as Bryn Mawr Trust Company, and national banks, such as PNC Bank, Bank of America and Wells Fargo. Some banks in Pennsylvania, such as the Student Federal Credit Union (SFCU), serve a specific population, such as the student body of the University of Pennsylvania. The SFCU that serves University of Pennsylvania students offers ATMs on that school's campus in Philadelphia, as described by the university.
Other local banks in Pennsylvania include Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, which is based in Philadelphia, and National Penn Bank, which is based in Allentown, notes iBanknet. Dollar Bank, Integrity Bank, S&T Bank, Wayne Bank, Royal Bank America, Penn Liberty Bank, Riverview Bank and Prudential Savings Bank are all banks with locations in Pennsylvania.
Banking in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is overseen by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities. This organization regulates and oversees banking activities and allows consumers to make complaints about financial institutions. As an additional service, the Department of Banking and Securities offers an online search that allows users to search for banks and other financial institutions in the state. Users can also do research on financial professionals, such as investment professionals using the Department's website.