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Johnson Bank sees opportunity in northeastern Wisconsin

10:34 PM, Sep. 30, 2013
Johnson Bank, 318 S. Washington St., in downtown Green Bay, is looking to build its business in Northeastern Wisconsin.
Johnson Bank, 318 S. Washington St., in downtown Green Bay, is looking to build its business in Northeastern Wisconsin.
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Having weathered the recession and credit crisis, Johnson Bank is looking to grow, especially in northeastern Wisconsin.

"We aren't trying to be biggest. If we can move our market share, that will be a significant step for us," said Tom Bolger, the bank's CEO.

Johnson Bank is a unit of Johnson Financial Group, the privately owned $3.7 billion financial services company headquartered in Racine. The financial group is owned by Johnson Family Enterprises, which also owns S.C. Johnson & Son, the Johnson Wax company. ...

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