For Immediate Release

November 28, 2022

Bankers’ Bank Earns Green Professional Designation

Madison, WI – Bankers’ Bank, a leading correspondent bank for community banks located in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio, is proud to announce they have earned the Green Professional designation from The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Green Masters Program.  

In an effort to track their green initiative and commitment to the environment, Bankers’ Bank joined the Green Masters Program in 2021 and was awarded the Green Apprentice designation with their existing conservation efforts. Following improvements made during their office remodel in 2021 and into 2022, the Bank became recognized as a Green Professional. As a Green Professional, Bankers’ Bank has taken significant actions in each area of sustainability identified within the Green Masters Program Certification.

The Green Masters Program is an objective, points-based recognition, assessment, and certification program for any size or sector business to measure and improve their sustainability strategy. The Program is a tool to assess and grow sustainability actions, along with providing a benchmark to compare their sustainability performance with other companies in their sector. The certification is a baseline credential to illustrate and validate each company’s sustainability actions. Bankers’ Bank is one of over 350 Wisconsin organizations using this tool.

“We are thrilled to receive this designation from The Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council for our efforts in making sustainability a priority at the bank. We will continue to integrate sustainability efforts into our business as we grow,” said Brad Stamper, President and CEO of Bankers’ Bank. 


About Bankers’ Bank

Bankers’ Bank, is a bank-owned correspondent based in Madison, Wisconsin, since 1981. Bankers’ Bank is the Midwest’s leading provider of banking services to community banks in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan and beyond. As an independent source of non-competing financial services, the Bank serves a market of over 700 financial institutions. The Bank does not serve the public so it never competes with client banks for business. More information is available on our website at