The savings and investment bank PNC is launching a new app for saving money online and in-person at its branches across the country.
The app is available for download on the PNC website and will be available at its five PNC branches from Tuesday.
“We have a huge amount of savings and investing going into our branches and we think this app will be great for those people who are trying to make some money, especially for those who have a lot of savings,” PNC CEO Brian Dugan said in an interview with CBC News on Wednesday.
The app, called Save Money with PNC, allows users to log in to their PNC account to view bank statements, deposit and withdraw money, make bank deposits, view and make payments, view the balance and amount of money stored at the bank, view credit and debit card details, and view and view online banking and credit and debt-related information.
According to PNC’s website, the app will help customers save money by allowing them to view their account balance, debit card balance, and online bank account balance in real-time.PNC said that with its app, customers can access their account balances and debit cards online and at the Pnc branch, with the bank making payments through their debit card, online bank transfers, and mobile banking.
PNC said the app allows customers to view balances and accounts for savings, checking, savings accounts, and student savings accounts.
“This will enable customers to see what their money is worth and to make the right financial decisions,” Dugan told CBC News.
The PNC app is a big step forward for PNC.
The bank has long relied on a mobile banking service called BMO that only allows users who are signed up for the app to access the online banking service.BMO was created in 2014, with customers signing up for an account, and PNC was the first Canadian bank to launch a mobile service.
The bank’s mobile app allows users the ability to see how much money they have in their account, as well as how much they have spent, how much their balance is, and when they were last paid.
As a result, the bank’s customers can save money online.
In 2016, the Bank of Canada stated that it was expecting to see savings from PNC customers increasing from $3 billion in 2016 to $7 billion in 2021.