Company Overview of Associated Bank, National Association
Associated Bank, National Association operates as a nationally chartered intra-state bank. The company offers deposit and loan products. Associated Bank, National Association was formerly known as Associated Bank Green Bay, National Association and changed its name to Associated Bank, National Association in April, 2001. The company was founded in 1874 and is based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It has additional offices in Milwaukee, Madison, Wausau, Eau Claire, Sheboygan, Racine, and Kenosha, Wisconsin, as well as branches in Rochester, Minnesota; and Minocqua and Onalaska, Wisconsin. Associated Bank, National Association operates as a subsidiary of Associated Banc-Corp.
200 North Adams Street
Green Bay, WI 54305
Founded in 1874
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