Our clients rely on the fact our bank is well managed and financially sound. I'm very proud to relay our bank continues to report above-market performance. Our diversified sources of income are elevating us as a differentiator in our peer group.

Bank-Based Financial Stability

First Business Bank started over 30 years ago in Madison, Wisconsin, and has grown to be a nationwide, publicly traded company with over $3.4 billion* in total assets.

All of our business lines are extremely focused and include Business Banking, Commercial Lending, Specialty Finance, Private Wealth, and Bank Consulting.

First Business Bank Solutions

Traded on Nasdaq: FBIZ, First Business Bank’s earnings releases, investor presentations, financials, and more can always be found on our investor relations website.

Employees Who Go Above & Beyond

At First Business Bank, we believe employees are the key drivers of our client advantages and our model’s success. First Business Bank recently won a national 2023 Top Workplaces USA award from Energage. According to Top Workplaces USA, on average, fewer than 3% of eligible organizations earn a Top Workplaces designation. 

First Business Bank Voted Top Work Place 2023

As companies struggle to retain and recruit employees in today’s market, our deep-rooted focus on culture and commitment to putting people first allows us to build an amazing team of talented, engaged employees.

First Business Bank also celebrates the distinction of being named by Piper Sandler to its Sm-ALL Stars Class of 2021 and 2023. This exclusive award is only bestowed on 35 small-cap banks nationwide, so as you can imagine — with all the banks in the U.S. — it is not easily won. We credit our dedicated, driven employees for these awards and our continued success.

Floorplan Financing You Can Count On

At First Business Bank, we will work to continue to provide reliable and competitive Floorplan Financing for your dealership. Our bank is well positioned from a financial and workforce standpoint to continue growing with you for the years to come.

*As of September 30, 2023.

Updated: 11/14/2023