Waukesha State Bank announced plans to open a new full-service banking office in New Berlin, located at 14000 W. National Avenue in a building that most recently housed an office for BMO Harris Bank.
This marks Waukesha State Bank’s first location in the city of New Berlin, and anticipates a spring 2013 opening.
Located on the northwest corner of National Ave. and Sunnyslope Rd., this will be the Bank’s 14th full-service office and will include comprehensive retail banking operations, as well as mortgages, investments, wealth management and trust, and commercial and small business lending.
“Over the years, we’ve received steady feedback from members of the New Berlin community that they’d like to see us—a locally owned community bank—in their community,” said Ty R. Taylor, president and CEO.
“We’re pleased that we have identified a centrally located office that will allow us to serve New Berlin’s vibrant and growing community with our one-on-one, personalized approach to banking, and our comprehensive list of products and services.”
Waukesha State Bank is one of the largest locally owned and independent banks in Wisconsin, with full-service offices in Brookfield, Delafield, Mukwonago, Muskego, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Sussex and Waukesha. It also has Wealth Management Services that includes a trust and qualified plan division. For more information, visit the company's website at www.WaukeshaBank.com.
This information was provided to Patch via a press release.