Robert Q. Reilly is executive vice president and chief financial officer of The PNC Financial Services Group.
Prior to being named to his current role, Reilly served as head of the Asset Management Group where he was responsible for PNC’s wealth management, institutional investments, and ultra-high net worth business segments and activities.
Reilly joined PNC Bank in 1987 and has held numerous line and management positions in investment banking and commercial banking. His previous positions have included deputy manager of PNC Advisors, executive vice president responsible for PNC Bank's overall corporate banking effort and executive vice president of credit for Corporate Banking. Reilly was promoted to vice president in 1992, elected senior vice president in 1997, executive vice president in 2002, named head of the Asset Management Group in 2005 and appointed chief financial officer in 2013.
Reilly serves on the board of directors for RAF Industries, the Delaware Valley Community Reinvestment Fund (DVCRF) Investment Committee, PNC Bank Community Partners, Inc. and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he serves as vice chairman of The Clearing House’s Chief Financial Officer Summit. He is a past board member of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
A graduate of Georgetown University, Reilly received a BSBA in Finance in 1987.