Company Overview of BMO Harris Bank National Association
BMO Harris Bank National Association provides personal, business, and commercial banking products and financial advisory services. Its personal banking products and services include checking accounts; statement savings accounts, money market accounts, and certificates of deposit (CD); fixed and adjustable rate mortgages; credit cards, loans and lines of credit, and retirement accounts and investments; home equity, personal loans and lines of credit, and auto loans; and online banking, mobile banking, phone banking, payment and deposit, cross-border banking for Canadians, and switch kit services. The company’s business banking products and services include business checking and savings accoun...
111 West Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603
Founded in 1882
Key Executives for BMO Harris Bank National Association
Chief Executive Officer, President, and Group Head of Commercial Banking
Head of Global Direct Investing for BMO Private Client Group, Chief Executive Officer for Harrisdirect, Chief Executive Officer for Harrisdirect, Chief Executive Officer for BMO InvestorLine and President for Harrisdirect
Chief Executive Officer of BMO Capital Markets, Head of Investment Banking Group and Director of Harris NA
U.S. Country Head and Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Corp.
Chief Executive Officer of Harrisdirect and President of Harrisdirect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
BMO Harris Bank National Association Key Developments
BMO Harris Bank Introduces BMO Harris Bank Masterpass(TM), Android Pay(TM) and Samsung Pay(TM)
Jan 18 17
BMO Harris Bank has announced the release of BMO Harris Bank Masterpass, Android Pay and Samsung Pay digital wallets for select BMO Harris Bank credit and debit cards. Digital wallets offer customers a convenient and seamless option to pay for purchases in-store, in-app and online in a customized experience using either their mobile Android™ or Samsung™ devices or home computer. This new digital wallet lineup is just one more way BMO Harris Bank is digitally connecting customers to payments without the need to dig for a wallet or a card. BMO Harris Bank Masterpass, Android Pay and Samsung Pay are available for BMO Harris Bank personal credit cards, personal debit cards and small business debit cards only. More BMO Harris Bank card products will be available for use with digital wallets later this year. With BMO Harris Bank Masterpass, purchases are expedited wherever contactless payments are accepted. Transactions are made with a quick tap using the BMO Harris Bank Masterpass app, which pays securely with the user's digitized debit or credit card number assigned within the app. Shopping experiences are simplified across channels with the option to use at thousands of retailers worldwide. In a similar manner, Android Pay and Samsung Pay users simply hold a Near Field Communications (NFC) enabled device near a participating terminal and the payment is made. Samsung Pay users will also be able to make contactless purchases at merchant point-of-sale swipe terminals.
BMO Harris Bank Plans to Build an Office Tower at 770 N. Water St. in Downtown Milwaukee
Dec 30 16
BMO Harris Bank announced plans to build an office tower next to its current location at 770 N. Water St. in downtown Milwaukee, cementing the bank's future in the city and the region.
BMO Harris Plans for New Office Tower to Replace Its Parking Structure on East Wells and North Water Streets
Dec 7 16
BMO Harris confirmed plans for a new office tower to replace its parking structure on East Wells and North Water streets in downtown Milwaukee. That new tower would be developed next to its existing building at 770 N. Water Street. The bank tower would face Water Street across from Milwaukee City Hall, and new parking structures would be built to the east facing North Broadway. The BMO Harris development is significant because it would cement the bank's downtown Milwaukee presence. The company took over that property after acquiring Milwaukee-based M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank in 2011. The project also marks another sizable office development for downtown Milwaukee, which is seeing its older buildings get rehabbed or converted into other uses while proposals continue to surface for new buildings on other properties. The BMO Harris building would be developed by Milwaukee-based Irgens, and would have room for additional tenants, according to real estate sources.
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