We stand with and for, the fair and equal treatment of men, women and children regardless of race, gender, age, creed or nationality. Even with those guiding principles, we understand there is much anger and hurt all across the world right now. The pain we feel demonstrates a collective need to strengthen our communities both at the local, national and international level. Our company will be a part of that solution.
Our mission statement begins “To be a financial institution that strengthens our communities.” We believe our organization contributes to our communities by providing a foundation of trust and fairness, but we can do better. Those of us at Marquette Capital Bank will strive to play a greater role as a positive force that influences our communities.
Part of the strength of our communities is the unique backgrounds that define us. We want everyone to feel welcomed and respected at Marquette Capital Bank. It is important to take the time to listen and have face-to-face conversations with each other to help build empathy and learn to lean on each other when needed.
Our current events reinforce the need for our customers to take a moment and introspectively evaluate if you have grown to be a person that would make your Creator proud. We fall short, if truthful, in our own critique. We are not without flaw, but our intentions are pure. As active participants in the communities we serve, we will continue to listen to the needs of consumers, businesses, and other institutions to support their efforts of making this a better place to live, work, play and pray.
We’re your friends. We’re your neighbors. We’re your Community Bank. As part of the larger Marquette Capital Bank family, we were built for your finances, for your business. We work hard to be an asset to the people and communities we serve: to get to know you and your needs in order to offer the best banking products and even better service. As a Marquette Capita Bank, we’re proud to invest in and give back to our communities.