S&P 400 Component
|Industry||Financial Services, regional banks, Bank-holding Company|
|Headquarters||Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States|
Number of locations
|Over 230 Branches|
|John (Jay) B. Williams, Chairman|
Philip B. Flynn,President & CEO
|Products||Retail Banking |
Commercial Real Estate Lending
Number of employees
Associated Banc-Corp is a U.S. regional bank holding company providing retail banking, commercial banking, commercial real estate lending, private banking, and specialized financial services. It is headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and is the largest bank (by asset size) headquartered in Wisconsin. It has over 230 banking locations serving more than 110 communities throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota, and commercial financial services in Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Texas.
At June 30, 2020, it had $36 billion in assets and was one of the top 50 publicly traded U.S. bank holding companies. Associated Bank is a nationally chartered bank, regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency within the Department of the Treasury. Associated Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. The company has approximately 4,300 employees.
The Associated Banc-Corp holding company was formed on May 1, 1970, when three community banks formed a banking alliance that consolidated into Associated Bank. The three founding community banks were: The First National Bank of Neenah, founded in 1861; Kellogg Citizens National Bank, Green Bay, founded 1874; and Manitowoc Savings Bank, founded in 1884.
During the 1990s and 2000s, Associated Banc-Corp merged all of its affiliated banks into Associated Bank, N.A., a wholly owned subsidiary.
Subsidiaries of Associated Bank, N.A. include: Associated Trust Company, N.A.; Associated Investment Corp; and Associated Community Development, LLC.
Associated Bank has been the bank of the Green Bay Packers since 1919. It is a banking partner of the Milwaukee Brewers, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletics, and the Minnesota Wild. It is also the bank of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.