MEMBER OF THE WEEK
Monroe Bank & Trust
501 E. Chicago Blvd.
Since 1858 - through the ups and downs of an unpredictable world and a changeable economy - MBT continues to thrive and remain locally owned and operated. MBT opened its 25th office in Lenawee County in 2014 at 601 E Chicago Blvd. We actively reinvest in our communities and support over 200 regional charities, schools, non-profits, civic organizations and community events with both financial contributions and with MBT employee volunteers.
Our executive officers and board of directors understand the challenges businesses face and the needs you have because like you: they live, work and raise their families in our local southeast Michigan and northwest Ohio communities.
A full service bank, Monroe Bank & Trust is a top regional Small Business Administration (SBA) lender, focused on helping businesses to grow. That's good news for area business owners. The Tecumseh Office offers all types of loans - business, personal and mortgage and also offers wealth and investment services.
Our dedication to improving the financial and community wellbeing of our customers - combined with exceptional expertise in personal and business banking, retirement planning, investing and wealth management - provides our customers World Class Banking with a Local Address.
MBT is also a distinguished institution among Michigan-based banks conducting Wealth Management and investment services. The Michigan Bankers Association ranks MBT the fourth largest bank based wealth management group in Michigan based on total assets under management. The MBT Wealth Management Group does not simply depend on industry journal articles or the opinions of media pundits when reaching decisions affecting customer portfolios. In addition to portfolio managers and certified financial advisors, the 30 person Wealth team boasts its own expert wealth managers.
MBT wealth managers carefully investigate potential portfolio funds, meet personally with fund managers throughout the country and monitor the market daily.
The Tecumseh Office is our first physical location in Lenawee County, however Jeff Seitz has been lending to businesses in Lenawee County since joining MBT more than 10 years ago. Jeff feels "It's about service. My focus is to ensure that the Tecumseh office brings every appropriate MBT resource to the table to find the solutions for every customer's needs. MBT has served generations of families and businesses because we do what's right for the customer." Jeff also serves the community by being active with the Tecumseh Chamber, Kiwanis, United Way, the Nature Conservancy and various other community and environmental organizations.
As a resource to the community, MBT welcomes you to join us at a free upcoming seminar. Flood hazard mapping and flood insurance requirements are changing. How will this affect residents and businesses in Lenawee County? Monroe Bank & Trust and Kapnick Insurance Group are presenting an informative seminar covering this and other related topics on Thursday, April 23rd at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts. We value the opportunity to invite members of your readership to join us. There is no charge to attend, but those wishing to do so need to register by visiting www.mbandt.com or by calling (517) 809-8100.
The Farmer's Market will begin on May 23rd and the last
day will be October 10th, 2015.
Tecumseh’s 22nd Annual
Appleumpkin will be October 10 & 11, 2015.
This is a first come, first served process so get your application along with payment in early to have a better opportunity to get the location you want!