Banks Near The William

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There are many reputable banks near The William. Check out these banks just down the street from us!

Tri City National Bank

4708 Northwestern Ave, Racine, WI 53406

Sun Closed, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pm


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Dave Ulrich was denied a small business loan in 1955. It was this setback that inspired the creation of Tri City National Bank. Ulrich wanted to form “a bank that cares about all customers.”

The family-operated Tri City Foods was founded in 1959, where Ulrich’s wife, Agatha, would bake hams at their house and bring them to the store for Dave to sell.

Ulrich opened the first Tri City National Bank in 1963, and exceeded $100 million in assets in 1983.

1989 was a record year for Ulrich when he became the first person to establish a bank inside a Wisconsin grocery store, started a 30+ year partnership with Milwaukee County Zoo, and opened the 10th Tri City National Bank branch in Brookfield.

BMO Harris Bank

1 Main St, Racine, WI 53403

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat & Sun Closed


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Dating back to 1817, BMO Harris was initially known as Montreal Bank. As Canada’s first bank, Montreal Bank was fundamental for the country’s infrastructure, financial organizations, and citizen success.

The bank announced the completion of the first Canadian railway in 1837 linking Montreal to New York, a critical component in the country’s business feats.

Likewise, Montreal Bank financed Canada’s first telegraph service in 1847 which would connect communications across all of Canada.

Currently, BMO Harris is North America’s eighth largest bank by assets ($988 billion).

BMO has 12 million customers around the globe, 8 million in Canada, and more than 2 million in the United States.

Johnson Financial Group

555 Main St #100, Racine, WI 53403

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat & Sun Closed


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SC Johnson is one of the world’s most affluent businesses. S.C. Johnson IV noticed a demand for a different type of bank in 1970.

Johnson Financial Group was created based on Samuel IV’s “vision of unmatched personal service and a commitment to our communities.”

Helen Johnson-Leipold, S.C. Johnson IV’s daughter, stepped up to Chairman of Johnson Financial Group when he passed in 2004. As the fifth generation-business leader, Johnson-Leipold looks to her father’s legacy for guidance.

Her greatest lesson was learning the “balance of tradition and change. Every generation has to bring something new to the enterprise. Knowing what to change and what not to change is key.”

Johnson Financial Group has $15 billion in assets and donates $2 million to charity each year. Johnson Financial Group is led by Helen Johnson-Leipold and President and CEO Jim Popp.

The two have led the business to “continued growth and profitability.”

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U.S. Bank

4701 Washington Ave, Racine, WI 53406

Sun Closed, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pm


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U.S. Bank was founded as the First National Bank of Cincinnati when Abraham Lincoln signed the national bank charter No. 24 on July 13, 1863.

Today, U.S. Bank is one of “the highest-rated banks in the world.” U.S. Bank donated $100 million in annual capital and $16 million in grants to Black-owned or -led businesses, housing and workforce advancement after George Floyd’s death in June 2020.

During the Paycheck Protection Program of 2021, 90% of the businesses U.S. Bank served had less than 20 employees.

North Shore Bank

4923 Washington Ave, Racine, WI 53406

Sun Closed, Mon-Thur 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-12pm


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In 1923, a faction of teachers created The North Shore Building & Loan Association in the backroom of Perkins Hardware Store. The association began with $22,000 in assets, and opened its first branch in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1972.

The North Shore Building & Loan Association spread to Green Bay and Racine after several mergers and acquisitions. The North Shore Building & Loan Association changed its name to North Shore Bank in 1989 and had 33 branches by 1998 (the bank’s 75th anniversary).

Presently, North Shore Bank has over $2.5 billion in assets and 45 locations in eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. For over 95 years, North Shore’s employees have shown their opens in a new windowcustomer dedication “by providing personalized service both in-person and from anywhere in the world.”

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Town Bank

5005 Washington Ave, Racine, WI 53406

Sun Closed, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-12pm


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Ed Wehmer wanted “to provide an alternative to the big banks.” Since 1991, the north Chicago storefront has expanded to 175 locations.

The Wintrust Community Bank stands behind the idea that “there’s a need, and a desire, for a true community bank: where tellers know their customers by name; bankers frequent local businesses; and the bank invests in the neighborhood it calls home.”

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