Where is BMO Harris Bank Corporate office Headquarters

BMO Harris Bank Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 99 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602, USA
  • Phone Number: 888-340-2265
  • Fax Number: 312-293-5846
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 20,000
  • Established: 1882
  • Founder: Norman Wait Harris
  • Key People: David Robert Casper (President & CEO)

BMO Harris Bank Headquarters Location & Directions

BMO Harris Bank Headquarters Executive Team



David Robert Casper

President & CEO

Stephen R. Taylor

Executive VP & CFO

Christopher B. Begy

Chairman of the Board

About BMO Harris Bank, History and Headquarters Information

Norman Wait Harris incorporated a Chicago-based municipal bond broker and the forerunner of Harris Bank called N.W. Harris & Co., in 1882. Harris Trust and Savings Bank were started in 1907. This bank later shook hands with Chicago National Bank in 1960 and hence Harris Bankcorp, Inc was formed in 1972. This bank based in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

BMO Harris Bank is a full-service bank in the USA. The Bank offers personal, business, and corporate bank accounts with a wide variety of services such as banking, lending, investing, and wealth management. BMO Harris Bank provides its services to more than 12 million customers in the United States. They have over 10,000 people associated with them, 600 plus branches and 1300 ATMs. It is well-known as the 8th largest bank, by assets, in North America. It is a member of the Federal Reserve System. The bank is a subsidiary of the Canadian multinational Bank of Montreal.

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  • Steven florez says:

    Worst bank ever, staff and manager was very disrespectful, calling my friend and I name calling etc.

  • R says:

    Worst experience I’ve ever had with a credit card while trying to get a charge placed in dispute status. Had to talk to several people, go through the security questions each time, and they wouldn’t put an item charged in error in dispute. Also had a problem with my checking account when I purchased a new automobile in April. I wrote a check for the automobile; the dealership drafted my account by $2,000 over the amount of the check and when I talked to customer service and the local branch I basically got the same response; “it’s up to you”. All of this to a customer that maintains a mid 6 figure money market account with BMO. I’m going to reduce and or cancel most of these relationships. I though Bank of America had poor customer service; BMO now ranks number 1 for the worst customer service.

  • Lori says:

    Very disappointed with the management of the BMO Harris Bank 4677 S Packard Ave Cudahy, WI. Waited 40 minutes in drive-up line. They only had one regular lane and one commercial lane open. Vehicles at the end of the line were pulling up going through the commercial lane because the wait was so long.They were bypassing all those who had been waiting longer. I can’t blame them! Also, with the bank lobby being closed customers were walking up standing in line in between vehicles in the drive-up. Very dangerous for the customers!! Nothing done by staff until I asked if they could help out the others behind me. You would think the staff would be better prepared on a Friday afternoon of a holiday weekend.

  • F. Johnson says:

    This is the sorriest phone system I have had the bad luck to come in contact with. I have been trying for 5 working days to get through to any department to receive some info about my auto title. I can not for the life of me understand how you stay in business. I was going to try to arrange another loan since I paid off my other loan early. But that is out of the window now.

  • Nancy says:

    Brought an insurance check in to BMO to be signed. It was an insurance check to have our roof repaired. The manager in Green Bay WI, Matthew Lubenstein, has had the check for two days now. Checked with him this morning to see if he had looked it over and signed it (as he said he had to do before he signed it) Still hasn’t had a chance to look at it according to him, although he has had many workers at the bank in and out of his office laughing. (but he had no time to look at the papers to sign) I am very disgusted with this person and this bank. With managers like him I am surprised you even have customers there. This is ridiculous. All the while it takes him to sign the check is the slowest they fix our roof. It’s getting worse by the day and every time it rains, it gets worse. He is only hurting the bank. Poor manager and poor bank for having him as a manager!!! Another ridiculous is having to wait for 10 minutes to talk to someone on the phone. I wouldn’t bank at this bank for all the tea in China. This is a poor excuse for a business!!!!!

  • David L. Schmidt says:

    Why would you choose to roll out a new on line banking product on a holiday weekend when: 1. You have limited resources to help customers. 2. Your banks are closed. 3. Not all features like “Total Look” are fully functional? This very poor decision flies in the face of customer service. Apologies just don’t cut it. Put the old on-line banking site back on line until the new product is ready! I am very close to closing my accounts and moving them to a new bank that understands customer service.

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