Mark McGlone

Mark is Chief Investment Officer of PNC Asset Management Group. In this role, he is responsible for overall investment strategy, investment and segment management, investment product, portfolio and risk management, investment solutions, PNC Capital Advisors and PNC Realty Investors. In addition, he is responsible for the development and execution of investment policies, strategies and tactics, serves as chairman of the PNC Investment Policy Committee and is a member of the Risk Management Investment and Fiduciary, Investment Advisor Research and multiple other governance committees.

Prior to being named to his current position in January 2018, Mark served as Chief Investment Officer and President of PNC Capital Advisors, LLC. In this capacity, he was responsible for PNC’s multi-strategy investment management organization that provides investment solutions across a wide array of investment vehicles, styles, and asset classes, including domestic and international equity, taxable and tax-exempt fixed income.

Mark, who joined PNC through its acquisition of Mercantile Safe Deposit & Trust in 2007, was appointed senior vice president and head of Taxable Fixed Income for PNC Capital Advisors. In this role, he was responsible for all taxable fixed income products for institutional SMAs and RICs, a team of 10 investment professionals, and institutional client retention and acquisition. In 2009, he assumed the role of Director of Taxable Fixed Income Risk Management, Trading, and Credit Analysis. In this position, Mark expanded the quantitative risk management function within institutional fixed income portfolio management, consolidated the fixed income portfolio and risk management systems, and oversaw the credit analysis team and process.

Mark began his career with Mercantile Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation in 1981. Over the course of 25 years with the organization, he served in various positions in institutional portfolio management, client relationship management, and investment team management.

Mark earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Economy from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Science degree in Finance from Loyola University (Maryland).