Associated Bank Routing Number and Wiring Instructions

How to Find Routing Number Associated Bank

For every bank money transaction you’ll be required to have a routing number. This information can be easily found on a check:


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Associated Bank Routing Number : 075900575

How to Wire Money

  • Domestic Wire – Up to 24 Hours for Processing

The best way Associated Bank recommends to wire funds is to do it online, if you have an banking account or go the nearest bank branch. In order to complete the transfer online or in person you’ll need the following information:

  • Account Number
  • Routing Number
  • Name on Bank Account
  • Address of Holder of Bank Account
  • International Wire – Up to 7 Days for Processing
  • International Bank Account Number
  • Swift Code – ABGBUS44
  • Name on Bank Account
  • Address of Bank Account Holder

Wire Transfers Fees:

  • Domestic (incoming) – $15
  • Domestic (outgoing) – $25
  • International (incoming) – $15
  • International (outgoing) – $45 to $85


The Associated Banc-Corp holding company was formed on May 1, 1970 when three community banks formed a banking alliance that consolidated into Associated Bank. The three founding community banks were: The First National Bank of Neenah, founded in 1861; Kellogg Citizens National Bank, Green Bay, founded 1874; and Manitowoc Savings Bank, founded in 1884.

  • 1989 – Acquired the Associated De Pere Bank of De Pere, Wisconsin
  • 1991 – Acquired Farmers State Bank of Pound, Wisconsin, and F&M Financial Services
  • 1992 – Acquired Wausau Financial and Northeast Wisconsin Financial Services
  • 1993 – Changed name to Associated Bank Green Bay, NA
  • 1993 – Acquired First National Bank of Sturgeon Bay of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
  • 1995 – Acquired GN Bancorp of Illinois
  • 1996 – Acquired Mid-American National Bancorp of Illinois
  • 1997 – Acquired Centra Financial of Wisconsin
  • 1997 – Merged with First Financial Corporation of Stevens Point, Wisconsin
  • 1998 – Acquired Citizens Bank, NA of Shawano, Wisconsin
  • 1999 – Acquired Windsor Bancshares of Minnesota
  • 2001 – Changed name to Associated Bank, NA; merged and re-branded existing affiliate banks in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Neenah, Wisconsin; Manitowoc, Wisconsin; Wausau, Wisconsin; and Madison, Wisconsin
  • 2002 – Acquired Signal Financial Corp. of Minnesota
  • 2003 – Merged and re-branded affiliates: Associated Card Services Bank in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, and Associated Bank Illinois in Rockford, Illinois
  • 2004 – Acquired First Federal Capital Bank of La Crosse, Wisconsin, expanding into Western and Southwest Wisconsin
  • 2005 – Merged and re-branded affiliate banks in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and in Chicago, Illinois
  • 2005 – Acquired State Financial Services of Hales Corners, Wisconsin, and expanded to Northern Illinois
  • 2007 – Acquired First National Bank of Hudson, Wisconsin
  • 2008 – Requested a $525 Million share of the $700 Billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) fund
  • 2009 – Appointed William Hutchinson as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Philip Flynn as President and CEO
  • 2010 – Announced $435 million common stock offering to support continued growth
  • 2011 – Repaid $525 Million share of the $700 Billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) fund
  • 2012 – Redeveloped the Downtown Green Bay Regency building, to create the new Associated Center as its headquarters
  • 2013 – Named one of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies by Forbes.
  • 2014 – Joined the New York Stock Exchange and began trading under the ticker “ASB”
  • 2015 – Acquired Ahmann & Martin Co., a risk and employee benefits consulting firm
  • 2016 – Purchased the 28-story Milwaukee Center office building to allow for future expansion of the company
  • 2017 – Acquired Whitnell & Co., a wealth management family services firm
  • 2018 – Acquired Bank Mutual

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