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PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (The) (PNC)

3/24/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. O'Brien served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (PNC) from 1985 until his retirement in 2001 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PNC Bank, National Association (the principal bank subsidiary of PNC) from 1993 to 2001.

Family Relationships

There is no family relationship as defined in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rules between any executive officer, director or nominee, and any other executive officer, director or nominee. Family relationships exist between certain of PNC’s executive officers or directors and some of the approximately 25,000 employees of PNC and its various subsidiaries. These employees participate in compensation and incentive plans or arrangements on the same basis as other similarly situated employees. Specific information concerning the compensation paid during 2005 to certain of these employees is provided below.

Norma Hajduk, a Senior Vice President and National Sales Manager of PNC Investments LLC, a subsidiary of PNC Bank, National Association, is the sister of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. For 2005, Ms. Hajduk received a salary of $176,538 and a bonus of $147,600. In addition, during 2005, she was granted 600 nonstatutory stock options and was awarded 480 restricted shares of PNC common stock.

Cheryl Kraft, a Vice President and program operations manager in Regional Community Banking, is the sister-in-law of Joseph C. Guyaux, President of PNC. In 2005, Ms. Kraft received a salary of $42,751.

Thomas H. O’Brien, Jr. was a Vice President and senior investment associate of PNC Equity Management Corp, a PNC subsidiary engaged in private equity activities, until June 5, 2004, the effective date of his resignation. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. is the son of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired Chairman of PNC. Although Mr. O’Brien, Jr. is no longer an employee, he continues to be a participant in two plans pursuant to which employees invest indirectly in the general partners of two investment partnerships that PNC Equity Management Corp has established. Participants share in the investment returns, profits and, in one case, fees earned by those general partners, although Mr. O’Brien, Jr. does not receive any fees. These programs were implemented beginning in 1999 and generally contain features found in similar plans at other financial services firms. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. has committed to contribute an aggregate of $117,955 under the investment plans (of which 86% had been invested as of December 31, 2005). Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received aggregate cash distributions of $152,886 during 2005 pursuant to such plans, of which $62,451 is being held in escrow and will be distributed to him if the conditions specified in the escrow agreement are satisfied. In addition, Mr. O’Brien, Jr. is vested in another incentive program whereby he receives incentives based on the net returns of certain investments committed to during his tenure at PNC. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received aggregate cash distributions of $38,368 during 2005, pursuant to such program.

Adam M. Shack, an Analyst for Compass Capital, Inc., is the son of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. Compass Capital is an affiliate of BlackRock, Inc., our majority-owned, publicly-traded investment management subsidiary. For 2005, Mr. Shack received salary and commissions of $197,186 from Compass Capital.

Jeffrey Troutman, a Senior Vice President and a sales manager for PNC’s Treasury Management business, is the son-in-law of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired Chairman of PNC. For 2005, Mr. Troutman received salary of $119,615, bonuses totaling $100,000, and 200 restricted shares of PNC common stock.

Indemnification And Advancement Of Costs

Pursuant to our By-Laws, we provide indemnification to our directors, officers and, in some instances, employees and agents against certain liabilities incurred as a result of their service on our behalf or at our request. We also advance costs incurred in connection with certain claims or proceedings on behalf of covered individuals. These persons must sign written undertakings to repay all these amounts if it is ultimately determined that the individual is not entitled to indemnification. We also have obtained directors and officers insurance providing coverage for them against certain liabilities and other expenses resulting from their service on our behalf or at our request. These By-Law provisions and insurance coverage provide a potentially significant financial benefit to our directors and executive officers. During 2005, PNC advanced costs pursuant to these By-Law provisions on behalf of several of its current and former executive officers and directors in connection with various matters, including certain of the legal proceedings described in Item 3 of our 2005 Annual Report on Form 10-K. A copy of that report is posted on the “For Investors” page of our corporate website at www.pnc.com.

3/23/2005 Proxy Information

There is no family relationship as defined in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rules between any executive officer or director and any other executive officer or director. Family relationships exist between certain of PNC’s executive officers or directors and some of the approximately 24,000 employees of PNC and its various subsidiaries. These employees participate in compensation and incentive plans or arrangements on the same basis as other similarly situated employees. Specific information concerning the compensation paid during 2004 to certain of these employees is provided below.

Norma Hajduk, a Senior Vice President and National Sales Manager of PNC Investments LLC, a subsidiary of PNC Bank, National Association, is the sister of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. Ms. Hajduk’s current base salary is $180,000 and for 2004 she received a bonus of $135,300. During 2004, Ms. Hajduk was granted 900 nonstatutory stock options and was awarded 720 restricted shares of PNC common stock.

Cheryl Kraft, a Vice President and program operations manager in Regional Community Banking, is the sister-in-law of Joseph C. Guyaux, President of PNC. In 2004, Ms. Kraft received salary of $66,164.

Thomas H. O’Brien, Jr. was a Vice President and senior investment associate of PNC Equity Management Corp, a PNC subsidiary engaged in private equity activities, until June 5, 2004, the effective date of his resignation. Mr. O’Brien is the son of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired Chairman of PNC. In 2004, Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received salary of $50,091 in addition to the incentives described below. Although Mr. O’Brien, Jr. is no longer an employee, he continues to be a participant in two plans pursuant to which employees invest indirectly in the general partners of two investment partnerships that PNC Equity Management Corp has established. Participants share in the investment returns, profits and, in one case, fees earned by those general partners. These programs were implemented beginning in 1999 and generally contain features found in similar plans at other financial services firms. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. has committed to contribute an aggregate of $116,655 under the investment plans (of which 60% had been invested as of December 31, 2004). Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received aggregate cash distributions of $117,320 during 2004 pursuant to such plans, of which $9,296 is being held in escrow and will be distributed to him if the conditions specified in the escrow agreement are satisfied.

Adam M. Shack, an Analyst for Compass Capital, Inc., is the son of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. Compass Capital is an affiliate of BlackRock, Inc., our majority-owned, publicly-traded investment management subsidiary. For 2004, Mr. Shack received salary and commissions of $77,540 from Compass Capital.

Jeffrey Troutman, a Senior Vice President and a sales manager for PNC’s Treasury Management business, is the son-in-law of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired Chairman of PNC. For 2004, Mr. Troutman received salary of $112,942, bonuses totaling $127,828, and 140 restricted shares of PNC common stock.

Indemnification And Advancement Of Costs

Pursuant to our By-Laws, we provide indemnification to our directors, officers and, in some instances, employees and agents against certain liabilities incurred as a result of their service on our behalf or at our request. We also advance costs incurred in connection with certain claims or proceedings on behalf of covered individuals. These persons must sign written undertakings to repay all these amounts if it is ultimately determined that the individual is not entitled to indemnification. We also have obtained directors and officers insurance providing coverage for them against certain liabilities and other expenses resulting from their service on our behalf or at our request. These By-Law provisions and insurance coverage provide a potentially significant financial benefit to our directors and executive officers. During 2004, PNC advanced costs pursuant to these By-Law provisions on behalf of several of its current and former executive officers and directors in connection with various matters, including certain of the legal proceedings described in Item 3 of our 2004 Annual Report on Form 10-K.

3/19/2004 Proxy Information

Norma Hajduk, a Senior Vice President of Hilliard Lyons and Director of Market Sales for PNC Investments, is the sister of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. In 2003, Ms. Hajduk received salary of $155,769 and a bonus of $115,575.

Cheryl Kraft, a Vice President and program operations manager in Regional Community Banking, is the sister-in-law of Joseph C. Guyaux, President of PNC. In 2003, Ms. Kraft received salary of $67,467.

Thomas H. O’Brien, Jr., a Vice President and senior investment associate of PNC Equity Management Corp, a PNC subsidiary engaged in private equity activities (“EMC”), is the son of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired chairman and chief executive officer of PNC. In 2003, Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received salary of $115,269 in addition to the incentives described below. He also participated in two plans pursuant to which employees invest indirectly in the general partners of two investment partnerships that EMC has established and share in the investment returns, profits and, in one case, fees earned by those general partners (the “Investment Plans”). These programs were implemented beginning in 1998 and generally contain features utilized in plans of other financial services firms. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. has committed to contribute an aggregate of $117,955 under the Investment Plans (of which 39% has been invested as of December 31, 2003). Mr. O’Brien, Jr. received aggregate cash distributions of $130,637 during 2003 pursuant to such plans, of which $10,884 is being held in escrow and will be distributed to him if the conditions specified in the escrow agreement are satisfied. Mr. O’Brien, Jr. also was a partner in certain employee partnerships that co-invested with PNC in private equity transactions. Those partnerships transferred all their assets to PNC in satisfaction of the loans previously made to them by a PNC subsidiary. The partnerships were dissolved during 2003. Prior to the dissolution of the partnerships, cash distributions of $18,044 were made to Mr. O’Brien, Jr. during 2003.

Jeffrey Troutman, a Vice President and a sales manager for PNC’s Treasury Management business, is the son-in-law of Thomas H. O’Brien, a director and retired chairman and chief executive officer of PNC. For 2003, Mr. Troutman received salary of $101,308 and bonuses totaling $72,358.

3/14/2003 Proxy Information

Norma Hajduk, a Senior Vice President of Hilliard Lyons and Director of Market Sales for PNC Investments, is the sister of Timothy G. Shack, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of PNC. In 2002, Ms. Hajduk received salary of $210,000 and bonuses of $9,000.

Cheryl Kraft, a Vice President and program operations manager in Regional Community Banking, is the sister-in-law of Joseph C. Guyaux, President of PNC. In 2002, Ms. Kraft received salary of $62,654.

Thomas H. O'Brien, Jr., a Vice President and senior investment associate of PNC Equity Management Corp., a PNC subsidiary engaged in private equity activities ("EMC"), is the son of Thomas H. O'Brien, a director and retired chairman and chief executive officer of PNC, and a director of EMC. In 2002, Mr. O'Brien, Jr. received total cash compensation of $111,346 in addition to the incentives described below. He also participated in various incentive programs, including certain leveraged equity co-investment plans that allow certain employees of EMC to co-invest with PNC in private equity transactions through employee partnerships that borrow from a PNC subsidiary 99% of the funds to be invested (the "Co-Investment Plans") and certain carried interest plans pursuant to which employees invest in the general partners of certain investment partnerships that EMC has established and share in the investment returns, profits and, in one case, fees earned by those general partners (the "Carried Interest Plans"). These programs were implemented beginning in 1998 and generally contain features utilized in plans of other financial services firms. Mr. O'Brien, Jr. has committed to contribute an aggregate of $21,757 under the Co-Investment Plans (of which 63% had been invested as of December 31, 2002), had an aggregate pro rata share of loans outstanding to the partnerships under the Co-Investment Plans of $1,105,686 as of December 31, 2002 (with a weighted average interest rate of 4.8%), and received distributions of approximately $1,611 from the co-investment partnerships during 2002. The highest balance during 2002 of his pro rata share of such loans was $1,221,991. Under certain circumstances, there may be limited recourse to the participating employees with respect to the loans to the partnerships. Recourse to Mr. O'Brien, Jr., if any, under those circumstances would not have exceeded $353,955 as of December 31, 2002, and the highest such recourse amount during 2002 was $498,497. Mr. O'Brien, Jr. has committed to contribute an aggregate of $117,871 under the Carried Interest Plans (of which 22% has been invested as of December 31, 2002) and he received aggregate distributions of $133,907 during 2002 pursuant to such plans.

Jeffrey Troutman, a Vice President and a sales manager for PNC's Treasury Management business, is the son-in-law of Thomas H. O'Brien, a director and retired chairman and chief executive officer of PNC. In 2002, Mr. Troutman received salary of $88,769 and bonuses of $88,681. Mr. Troutman also was granted nonstatutory stock options under PNC's 1997 Long-Term Incentive Award Plan, as amended, to purchase 500 shares of Common Stock at an exercise price of $57.10.