“Wisconsin’s banks have ‘eclipsed’ their quarterly numbers from a year ago, according to the latest FDIC quarterly numbers. Lending grew in virtually every category to nearly $80 billion, an overall 4.6% increase, while deposits surged 3.4% to over $85 billion. Noncurrent loans and leases fell over 15%.
 
The Wisconsin banking industry’s strength, stability and service are demonstrated by the positive numbers reported by the FDIC. As the state has seen positive economic growth and an historically large workforce, we’ve seen increased loan activity and improved asset quality.
 
As a driver of economic growth in the Badger State, Wisconsin’s banks remain committed to helping businesses grow and families prosper.”
 
FDIC Reported WI Numbers*
 
  6/30/17  6/30/16 Change
Total Loans & Leases $79,183,939 $75,698,589 + 4.6
Total Deposits $85,920,683 $83,081,328 + 3.4
Commercial & Industrial Loans $13,031,571 $12,760,719 + 2.1
Residential Loans $22,883,552 $22,428,939 + 2.0
Farm Loans $4,432,700 $3,945,381 + 12.3
Farmland Loans $3,322,567 $3,067,525 + 8.3
Total Assets $110,260,587 $107,234,462 + 2.8
Noncurrent Loans & Leases $748,769 $882,663 - 15.1

 * $ in 000’s