January 28, 2015 8:15 AM ET


Company Overview of Mid-Wisconsin Bank

Company Overview

As of April 26, 2013, Mid-Wisconsin Bank was acquired by Nicolet National Bank. Mid-Wisconsin Bank provides personal and business banking, and financial services in Wisconsin. Its deposit products include checking accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposits, and individual retirement accounts; and lending products include mortgage loans, consumer loans, and business and agricultural lending services. The bank offers other services, such as debit cards, ATM cards/ATM locations, cash management, investment services, leasing and insurance, and trust products and services. It has branches in Abbotsford, Neillsville, Colby Fairchild, Rhinelander, Phillips, Lake Tomahawk, Rib Lake, Medfor...

132 West State Street

Medford, WI 54451

United States

Founded in 1890



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