SWOT Analysis

November 2008
Associated Banc-Corp SWOT Analysis;Nov2008, p1
SWOT Analysis
A profile of Associated Banc-Corp, a bank that had over 295 branches serving more than 180 communities in Wisconsin, Illibnois and Minnesota. An overview of the bank is given, along with key facts including contact information, number of employees and revenues. Its growth is attributed to diverse product line and large scale of operation but it has weak geographical concentration and decrease in cash from operations. A SWOT analysis is provided which includes strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for improvement and threats.


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