Michael P. Lyons

EVP and Head of Corporate & Institutional Banking and Asset Management

The PNC Financial Services Group

Michael P. Lyons is executive vice president and head of Corporate & Institutional Banking and Asset Management Group for The PNC Financial Services Group.


Before joining PNC in October 2011, Lyons served as global head of corporate development and strategic planning for Bank of America. In that role, he was primarily responsible for repositioning Bank of America's balance sheet to help the company focus on its core businesses and growth strategy. He was also responsible for mergers and acquisitions, the private equity business, the LaSalle trust and custody business, investor relations and the bank’s strategic partnership and investment in China Construction Bank. Previously, he served as a portfolio manager at investment advisor Maverick Capital. Prior to Maverick, Lyons worked in the investment banking division of Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch where he focused on financial institutions.


Lyons is a national trustee of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and currently serves on the investment committee. In addition, he serves on the board of directors for the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and is a member of management committee, Early Warning Services, LLC. 


Lyons graduated from the University of Pennsylvania magna cum laude in 1993.



2018 – Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO, J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealthy Management

2017 – Cathy Engelbert, CEO, Deloitte US

2016 – Jon Pruzan, Executive Vice President, CFO, Morgan Stanley

2015 – Lee Olesky, CEO, Tradeweb Markets

2014 – Stephen S. Crawford, CFO, Capital One       

2013 – Carmine Di Sibio, Global Managing Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

2012 – Todd Gibbons, CFO & Vice-Chairman, BNY Mellon

2011 – Gregory Fleming, President Wealth & Investment Mgmt, Morgan Stanley

2010 – Kendrick R. Wilson, III, Vice Chairman, BlackRock

2009 – Ronald J. Kruszewski, Chairman & CEO, Stifel Nicolaus

2008 – Nelson Chai, CFO, Merrill Lynch

2007 – Robert Matza, President, GoldenTree Asset Management

2006 – Laurence Fink, Chairman & CEO, BlackRock

2005 – Mickey Rosenzweig, President & CEO, Rosenzweig Financial Services

2004 – Harry & Peter Poulakakos, Owners, Bayard’s Restaurant,

            Mel Stottlemyre, Pitching Coach, NY Yankees

2003 – Roger Staubach, Chairman & CEO, The Staubach Company

2002 – John F. Hennessy III, Chairman & CEO, Syska Hennessy Group

            William C. Thompson, Comptroller, City of New York

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