Our team in Kenosha, WI is ready to assistFriendly professionals at First American Bank's branch at 7027 Green Bay Road in Kenosha, WI, provide the answers and assistance you need. With access to checking and savings accounts, wealth management solutions, health savings accounts, mortgages, home equity loans, business loans, financial education and more – we’re here to help you achieve your goals. Stop by to get started with opening an account or applying for a loan. Keep in mind, you also can manage your accounts anytime through Online and Mobile Banking.
Contact InformationFirst American Bank
7027 Green Bay Road
Kenosha, WI 53142
Monday - Friday: 09:00 to 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 to 13:00
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- 24-hour ATM
- Foreign currency exchange
- Coin counting
- Safe Deposit Box
- Full service drive-up
- Business Banker by appointment
- Wealth Management Advisor by appointment
First American Bank has friendly and professional people for all your banking needs. I highly recommend them.
We opened up a few accounts and couldn't be happier. We were greeted on entry and we worked with Terri. She is so nice to work with offering us suggestions that worked perfect. When we left we felt very satisfied with our choice to move to this bank.
Apathetic bank. My family and I had been banking with Southport bank for many years. There were times when we found ourselves struggling and found we had over drafted. We tried to cover the fees as soon as we discovered the problem. Sometimes it was hard to predict when bills would go through. Southport reached out to us. They said they waived any overdraft fees and called us in for a meeting. They gave us a no-interest loan to help us get back on our feet. I miss that, the compassion. First American came around and everything changed. The tellers are still super nice but the bank doesn't care about anything but money. Even with a good history with them and the interest they make holding your money, they take a loss and dump you. I found myself becoming homeless and told them that in a reply email. I received no reply and instead could no longer log into my account. Remember, banks hold your money and make money from it. You would think they might have some compassion when you fall on hard times. Not First American Bank, that's for sure.