Since 2012, PNC Bank has reportedly shuttered thousands of locations, and it appears that it will still be closing branches until 2023.
According to the Suns, with nearly 14 million customers, the firm ranks as the sixth-largest bank in the United States, according to The Ascent.
A statement from the Office of the Comptroller of Currency in April confirmed 30 further closures from PNC Bank this year in at least seven states, despite the fact that its assets number over $550 billion.
Branches were forced to close in Florida, Illinois, Alabama, Maryland, Ohio, Texas, and Virginia.
Data revealed that there have been a total of 203 closed PNC Bank branches.
According to Mail Online, the most recent closures follow news from DailyMail.com that 1,144 bank branches shuttered between January and July of this year, depriving an increasing number of Americans of access to fundamental financial services.
Initially announcing in August that it would close six outlets, the business then upped that number.
According to Newsbreak, the company said that the closings were the result of combining its efforts and reducing walk-in operations. In Wisconsin, seven of the nine branches will close.