Park Bank’s Commitment to Community Building

Park Bank in Madison has made a name for itself in the consumer and business banking business for nearly 55 years. Just ask the plethora of customers who repeatedly knock on the bank’s door, seeking its products and services for personal and business needs. Having first opened its doors on Park Street in 1966, Park Bank has grown considerably during its long-standing history to now include locations throughout Dane County. Its technology allows customers to bank when and where they want, while also remaining committed to Madison’s south side.

According to Park Bank’s vice president of marketing and communications director, Leslie Osman, the financial institution offers a full suite of financial products and services, ranging from personal to business and nonprofit.

“We recognize that no one goes to a bank because they want a checking account—they want a way to manage their funds. No one wants a mortgage— they want to own their own home,” Osman says. “For us, it’s about helping our clients look not only at their financial picture today, but also where they want to get to next, and then helping generate a plan to get there.”

In addition to focusing on consumer, business, and nonprofit clients, the bank has invested in a talented and energized team that works hard to meet the needs of their clients.

“We want clients to see a visit to one of our branches not as a chore, but as a step toward achieving something greater,” Osman says.

And when it comes to home mortgages, the team at Park Bank recognizes that for many, buying a home is singularly the most important decision a person can make. “We recognize that no one homebuyer is the same, so our range of options for home loans is vast and customizable,” Osman says. “Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, are moving on from your starter home or building your dream home, we have several options for you.”

In fact Park Bank has earned a reputation for helping homeowners streamline the financing of their investments and is committed to seeing Dane County continue to make strides as a community.

“We are dedicated to seeing positive change in equity, diversity and inclusion within our own organization and amongst our clients, leading to a stronger community,” Osman says.

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