William G. Lashbrook III Senior Vice President, PNC Real Estate Finance The PNC Financial Services Group William Lashbrook is senior vice president, Real Estate Finance, The PNC Financial Services Group. His current responsibilities cover operational metrics and portfolio management for PNC’s direct loan portfolio which exceeds $30 billion. Lashbrook has been in commercial banking since he joined The Bank of New York in 1973. He held various positions in corporate lending and transitioned to commercial real estate in 1984. Lashbrook joined MidLantic Bank in New Jersey as the Real Estate Credit Officer, a position he retained following PNC’s acquisition of that bank in 1996. He moved to PNC’s Pittsburgh headquarters and held various positions in PNC’s Real Estate Segment, including operational risk management before moving back to New Jersey in 2004. PNC serves real estate developers/owners and operators nationwide with loans and other products. PNC has set a number of records with buildings certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. At one time, it had more certified buildings than any company on Earth. Lashbrook brings extensive experience in supporting the firm’s commitment to the environment. A member of the U.S. Green Building Council, he also serves on the Board of the New Jersey Chapter and is a member of its Speakers Bureau. In that capacity, Lashbrook has met with representatives of local governments and the state government in Trenton on “green” buildings. He is a frequent speaker at programs regarding green buildings, how they create value and how they are viewed by the financial markets. Lashbrook is also a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the organization’s Policy and Practice committee, as well as its newly-formed Responsible Property Investing Council. He is a member of the ULI’s Advisory Services group and served on their first ever Sustainable Development Panel in January 2009 for a 4,800 acre project north of Biloxi, Mississippi. Lashbrook participated in the development of the National Green Building Investment Underwriting Standards by the Capital Markets Partnership. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Rutgers Center for Green Buildings. Additionally, Lashbrook also participated in the development Green Future Roadmap for the New Jersey League of Municipalities. He was a member of the New Jersey Future convened Smart Housing for Economic Prosperity Task Force that has resulted in legislation being introduced in Trenton to incent sustainable development practices in municipalities. Lashbrook graduated with a BA in Political Science and Economics from Duke University in 1973 and received an MBA from Seton Hall in 1976.