MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - It's been a few years since U.S. Bank was headquartered in Milwaukee -- but it's still the bank of choice for almost one of every five Wisconsin depositors.
The FDIC said U.S. Bank had $24.5 billion of deposits from Badger State residents as of June 30th. That's down a little from the year before, when it had just over $26.5 billion in deposits.
Still, the bank's market share is 18.9 percent. U.S. Bank is now headquartered in Minneapolis.
BMO Harris Bank had $18 billion in Wisconsin deposits with a market share of 14 percent.
Associated Bank, the state's largest home-grown bank based in Green Bay, had the biggest percentage increase in its market share from 8 percent a year ago to almost 9.2 percent at the end of June.
The figures came from the FDIC's annual survey of bank deposits.