– Ken Thompson, President & CEO
Capitol Bank believes that each person is important, deserving both respect and courtesy. Our employees understand that diversity among team members facilitates individuality, creativity and a culture of success. This spirit extends to our community where we support social and economic development.
We’re in the relationship business. We strive to build strong relationships by nurturing an atmosphere of trust, mutual respect and empathy towards others. This commitment ensures that our goals and objectives are aligned with our customers.
Our bankers promote an atmosphere where open discussion is encouraged, differing views are heard, and ideas are freely shared. Strong listening skills and clear, consistent, timely communication benefit all.
Our employees must possess the determination and energy to succeed. Capitol Bank’s culture encourages team members to be creative and innovative, while possessing the initiative to take on challenges. Exceptional contributions at all levels will be appreciated and recognized.
Capitol Bank’s legacy will be built upon high ethical principles, honesty and a fundamental commitment to always do the right thing. It is essential to who we are.
Locations and Hours
108 E. Verona Ave.
Verona, WI 53593
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
local community and serving people.
Having put down its roots in Madison, WI in 1995, Capitol Bank has a story that is closely entwined with that of the local community and people we serve. When it was established, the vision was for a bank that focused on local decision-making, above-and-beyond personal service, and deep roots in the community. This vision created the platform for the kind of bank it would become and the qualities which customers would come to depend on.
Throughout its history, Capitol Bank has grown from a few staff members to over 50 today. When we first opened our doors, we had $5 million in capital representing the Bank’s total asset base. After the first full year in business, we reported assets of $35.6 million. In 2006, Capitol Bank planted roots in the Verona community with the opening of another office, and as of September 2015, we reported assets of $302 million.
Our success and growth over the long term is built on making a difference in the communities in which we live, work, and raise our families. That’s why, in addition to building relationships with individuals and businesses, we also dedicate time and resources to a wide variety of community projects and initiatives.
As a locally-owned and operated bank, Capitol Bank prides itself on offering truly superior customer service and building relationships that make a difference – with both individuals and businesses alike. By offering personal and business checking, savings accounts, credit cards and loans, we’re able to meet the needs of the community. If you’re looking for current mortgage rates, to obtain a line of credit, wealth management services or to get a small business loan, we’re here to serve and lend our expertise.
With the Bank’s clientele, we have a high concentration of business customers. Our people have a strong knowledge of the local business conditions and our business services include term loans and lines of credit with fast, local decision-making. We enjoy working with small businesses because we are a small business, and we are committed to keeping Madison moving forward.
In the News
The latest happenings from within our locations and community.
“I strive to provide my customers the service they not only expect, but deserve.”
– Wendy Jirsa, VP / Verona Bank Manager
Capitol in the Community
We are proud of the partnerships we have established with organizations, businesses and individuals in the Madison and Verona communities. Our philosophy of community support is demonstrated at the corporate level, as well as in the time and energy our employees devote to our community each year.