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 PITTSBURGH, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Bruce E. Robbins, president and chief executive officer of PNC Bank (NYSE: PNC), Pittsburgh, today announced the appointment of three executive vice presidents to head the bank's retail market, corporate banking, and investment management and trust divisions.
 Joseph C. Guyaux, previously president of PNC Bank, Northeast PA, was named executive vice president and retail market manager.
 William E. Fallon, previously senior vice president and manager, national corporate banking, was elected executive vice president, corporate banking.
 James M. Ferguson III, previously senior vice president and manager, investment management and trust, was promoted to executive vice president and manager, investment management and trust.
 Guyaux, 42, rejoins the bank from PNC Bank, Northeast PA, where he had been president and head of retail banking for the past two years. He joined PNC Bank, Pittsburgh, in 1972, as a management trainee and progressed through the retail branch system, serving as manager of several branch offices. He was appointed vice president in 1982, regional business manager in 1985, and manager of direct lending later that year. In 1987, he was named assistant manager, metropolitan commercial banking, and in 1989 was named senior vice president and manager.
 A graduate of Brown University, Guyaux received his bachelor of science degree in 1972 and earned his master's of business administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1984. He is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.
 Fallon, 39, began his career with PNC Bank in Pittsburgh in 1978, and has served in loan production offices in New York and Chicago. He served as vice president and manager of the multinational department and U.S. banking division of PNC Bank, Philadelphia, from 1987 to 1990, when he returned to Pittsburgh as senior vice president and manager of the national corporate banking division.
 He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame and his master's of business administration degree from Ohio State University.
 Fallon is a member of the Robert Morris Associates and the Sorin Society of the University of Notre Dame. He is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh and is active in the western Pennsylvania chapter of the Lupus Foundation.
 Ferguson, 50, joined PNC Bank in 1974 as a trust officer and has held numerous management positions within the trust department. He became head of investment management and trust in Pittsburgh last year.
 Ferguson earned a bachelor of arts degree from Duke University in 1966, law degrees from Dickinson School of Law in 1969, and certification from the College of Financial Planning in 1988.
 He serves on the board of directors of the Western Pennsylvania School for the Blind, the Vestry of Calvary Episcopal Church, and is chairman of the WQED Producer's Society. Ferguson is a past board member of Shadyside Academy, The Ellis School, Family and Children's Service and the Verland Foundation, where he served as chairman of the board. He is a member of the Probate and Trust Sections, Allegheny, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations.
 PNC Bank is the 10th-largest banking organization in the United States, with $53.8 billion in assets at June 30, 1993, and more than 550 community banking offices throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. PNC Bank's major lines of business include retail banking; corporate banking; investment management and trust; and investment banking.
 PNC Bank Corp. operates as PNC Bank in Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Its Bank of Delaware in Delaware will change its name to PNC Bank by the first quarter of 1994. PNC Bank Corp. is headquartered in Pittsburgh.
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 /CONTACT: Jonathan Williams of PNC Bank, 412-762-4550, or at home, 412-257-3257/

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