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Chief Executive Officer

National Bank of Commerce
PO Box 99
Superior, Wisconsin 54880
United States

Company Description: At National Bank of Commerce, we're known for our people, our services, and our total commitment to our customers and staff. Our vision is simple: Every customer...   more

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MBA Board of Directors - Minnesota Bankers Association, 10 July 2013 [cached]
Steve Burgess, CEO National Bank of Commerce, Superior, WI
Steve Burgess , Chief Executive Officer , M&I Bank , Marshfield , was re-elected Treasurer.
Stray Voltage: The shocking truth, 9 July 2000 [cached]
M&I Bank President Steve Burgess declined to com ment on the Gunners."Due to the confidentiality of the banking business we wish to not comment on the relationship with Mike and Carol Gunner," Burgess said in a letter to the Tribune.
Burgess said in a March 12 letter to the Gunners that the only agreement on March 6 was a liquidation that "was in everybody's best interest."
Burgess told police Gunner threatened to burn down his home and the homes of two other bank officials.Burgess said he could "hear a female crying in the background with Mr. Gunner.
"Steve Burgess said they were going to take everything, they were going to put me in jail, take the furniture and the kids," Carol said.
- Chief Executive Officer Steve ..., 1 Mar 2013 [cached]
- Chief Executive Officer Steve Burgess, National Bank of Commerce
NBC Chief Executive Officer Steve Burgess sees the bank's work with commercial customers as helping business owners achieve their goals. "We are invested in making individual dreams come true," Burgess said. But that investment goes beyond the individual into the community at large. "Those dreams have birthed new businesses and the expansion of existing businesses that in turn develop commerce in our area," he said. "With that comes new jobs, the purchase of new homes, hiring contractors for new buildings - the list just goes on and on."
That sentiment is reflected in NBC's new mission statement: "To exceptionally enrich the community we serve and to be a catalyst to all clients, associates and shareholders to achieve their individual dreams, thereby fulfilling the time-honored role of being a community bank."
Burgess believes the bank's stated core values - of respect for others, integrity, teamwork and ultimate accountability to each other and the bank's customers - support that mission.
Burgess is new to the Twin Ports area, coming to NBC with 30 years of banking experience. Prior to joining NBC, he was president and CEO of State Bank Financial for 11 years in La Crosse. Before that he served as president and CEO of M&I Central Bank and Trust in Marshfield, Wis., for six years and president and CEO of First National Bank of Neillsville, in Neillsville, Wis., for nine years.
The prevailing heritage of taking pride in your vocation has provided an extremely strong work ethic that helps companies prosper in the very competitive environment we see today," Burgess said. "The area has great arteries of transportation including first-rate trucking companies, one of the biggest shipping ports, a vibrant railroad industry and an international airport which connects the Twin Ports to the rest of the world in an economical way."
Burgess believes our quality of life in the Northland is an added incentive for new businesses to locate in the region. "Our natural resources, wildlife, lack of traffic congestion, low cost of living and changing seasons create a very high quality of life," he said.
Community Bank President-Minnesota Bruce Webb also recently moved to the area from Michigan. He agrees that there is much to offer businesses in the Twin Ports - not the least of which is an existing, thriving business environment including industries such as mining, tourism, transportation, health care, and education. However, he said the biggest asset by far is the people in the area.
Burgess believes that's when a partnership with experienced bankers can really help the customer. "For the most part, we're able to counsel the customer to develop solutions that are in the best interest of the customer and the bank. We're able to offer solutions that have minimum impact on the business and employees," he said.
"We're on track for putting $100 million in new commercial loans into the community," Burgess said. With a $9 million legal lending limit - the amount a bank can lend any one customer - NBC is large enough to service the vast majority of customers within this region. "Most businesses won't outgrow us," he said.
"A dynamic part of our marketing is to help the community grow," Burgess said, noting that employees and board members serve in many community organizations, in addition to the bank making financial donations and sponsoring events and causes.
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