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  2. National City Corp. - Wikipedia

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    National City Corporation was a regional bank holding company based in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, founded in 1845; it was once one of the ten largest banks in America in terms of deposits, mortgages and home equity lines of credit. Subsidiary National City Mortgage is credited for doing the first mortgage in America.

  3. National City Bank | PNC

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    National City Bank. In 2008, PNC acquired National City Bank, Cleveland's oldest bank known for its commercial leadership, service to its customers, and its contributions to the community. As PNC upholds the core values of National City, it will also preserve the documents that tell its story. National City maintained an archive that documented its business and commercial relationships, but especially its outreach to the consumers of northern Ohio.

  4. National City acquisition by PNC - Wikipedia

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    Both PNC and National City's corporate histories date to the mid-19th century. National City was founded as the City Bank of Cleveland in 1845, while PNC was founded in longtime Cleveland rival, Pittsburgh, as the Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company, in 1852. Both banks would later receive national charters under the National Banking Act, with National City being able to print U.S. currency until the United States Treasury assumed operations in the 1920s.

  5. National City Corp. -- Company History

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    National City Corp. Address: 1900 East 9th Street Cleveland, Ohio 44114-3484 U.S.A. Telephone: (216) 575-2000 Fax: (216) 575-2509 Statistics: Public Company Incorporated: 1845 as City Bank of Cleveland Employees: 20,306 Total Assets: $2.91 billion (1994) Stock Exchanges: New York

  6. Corporate History | PNC

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    In 1946, First National of Pittsburgh and Peoples-Pittsburgh banks joined to form Peoples First National Bank and Trust Co. At the time of this merger, this bank had 275,000 customers and $28 million in capital. 1957. Provident Trust Company.combined with Provident Tradesmens Bank and Trust Company to create Provident National Bank in 1957.

  7. PNC to Acquire National City - PNC Financial Services

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    National City Corporation, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is one of the nation's largest financial holding companies. The company operates through an extensive banking network primarily in Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin and also serves customers in selected markets nationally.

  8. National City Corporation provides financial services. The Company offers commercial and retail banking, asset management, mortgage financing, and processing services.

  9. National City Corp. | Encyclopedia.com

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    With more than $32 billion in assets and over 600 branch offices in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, National City Corp. is the third-largest bank holding company headquartered in Ohio and ranks among the top twenty banks in the United States in terms of assets. While the 150-year-old institution grew rapidly in the late twentieth century era of bank consolidation, its leaders professed no urge to build National City into a nationwide entity.

  10. National City Corp. - Wikiwand

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    National City Corporation was a regional bank holding company based in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, founded in 1845; it was once one of the ten largest banks in America in terms of deposits, mortgages and home equity lines of credit. Subsidiary National City Mortgage is credited for doing the first mortgage in America.

  11. PNC will buy troubled National City Corp. for $5.58 billion

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    The National City deal is seen by some as a harbinger of how the Treasury will operate its Capital Purchase Program, where it intends to buy $250 billion of senior preferred shares in financial institutions, with $125 billion set aside for community and regional banks. The Treasury's infusion shows it approves the PNC-National City deal.