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  • Our history

    74,000 U.S. Bank employees make us remarkable. Watch the video that tells our story.

  • Our business

    We have $461 billion in assets.

  • The 5th largest U.S. commercial bank

    More than 3,000 banking offices

     18.7 million 
    customers

Revenue mix by business line

18% of revenue

Corporate & Commercial Banking

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Large businesses and organizations

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Banking for large entities (e.g. national corporations, governments, international bodies, industries), capital markets, equipment finance, correspondent banking, treasury management, and Corporate Real Estate.

14% of revenue

Wealth Management and Investment Services

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Wealthy individuals

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Capital management and investment services for those of high and ultra‐high net worth. Provides institutional trust and asset management. Includes The Private Client Reserve and Ascent Private Capital Management.

28% of revenue

Payment Services

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Anyone who uses or accepts debit and credit cards

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Corporate payment systems, retail payments solutions, and healthcare payment solutions. Line includes Elavon, a wholly-owned subsidiary based in Atlanta with international offices.

40% of revenue

Consumer & Small Business Banking

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Anyone; mostly individuals and small business owners.

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Branches, 24-hour customer service, mobile banking, online banking, mortgages, consumer lending, ATM and debit processing, workplace banking, student banking.

Hover over each segment to learn about our business lines.

18% of revenue

Corporate & Commercial Banking

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Large businesses and organizations

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Banking for large entities (e.g. national corporations, governments, international bodies, industries), capital markets, equipment finance, correspondent banking, treasury management, and Corporate Real Estate.

14% of revenue

Wealth Management and Investment Services

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Wealthy individuals

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Capital management and investment services for those of high and ultra‐high net worth. Provides institutional trust and asset management. Includes The Private Client Reserve and Ascent Private Capital Management.

28% of revenue

Payment Services

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Anyone who uses or accepts debit and credit cards

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Corporate payment systems, retail payments solutions, and healthcare payment solutions. Line includes Elavon, a wholly-owned subsidiary based in Atlanta with international offices.

40% of revenue

Consumer & Small Business Banking

MAIN CUSTOMERS

Anyone; mostly individuals and small business owners.

WHAT THE LINE DOES

Branches, 24-hour customer service, mobile banking, online banking, mortgages, consumer lending, ATM and debit processing, workplace banking, student banking.

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  • Our Managing Committee

    Click on each member to learn more about who they are and what they do for U.S. Bank.

  • Andy Cecere

    Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

    First job:

    Golf caddie

    First car:

    1970 Chevrolet Camaro

     
  • Jim Chosy

    Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary

    Favorite book:

    For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway

    Pet:

    A Mini-Goldendoodle named Gus

     
  • Terry Dolan

    Chief Financial Officer

    First job:

    Ranch hand

    Favorite way to spend the weekend:

    Flying an airplane

     
  • John Elmore

    Vice Chairman, Community Banking and Branch Delivery

    First job:

    Making pizzas at Pizza Hut

    Pet:

    A Goldendoodle named Nellie

     
  • Leslie Godridge

    Vice Chairman, Corporate and Commercial Banking

    Hobbies:

    As a history buff, my family and I love to tour places; I need to get to nine more states and two more continents.

    First job:

    Working in my grandfather's grocery store, taking grocery orders over the phone, packing for delivery, stocking shelves, arranging produce, handling sales at the cash register, updating charge accounts and billing.

     
  • Gunjan Kedia

    Vice Chairman, Wealth Management and Investment Services

    First job:

    Selling sunflower oil in a kiosk within a supermarket

    Favorite way to spend the weekend:

    Binge-watching White Collar (or other TV series) with my husband and kids

     
  • Jim Kelligrew

    Vice Chairman, Corporate and Commercial Banking

    Favorite vacation spot:

    Cape Cod

    Favorite book:

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy

     
  • Shailesh Kotwal

    Vice Chairman, Payment Services

    First job:

    Analyst

    Favorite vacation spot:

    Anywhere sunny and warm

     
  • Jodi Richard

    Vice Chairman and Chief Risk Officer

    Hobbies:

    Boating, college sports, and watching Days of Our Lives

    First car:

    1970 Plymouth Gold Duster (red with a white racing stripe)

     
  • Kate Quinn

    Vice Chairman, Chief Administrative Officer

    First job:

    Scooping ice cream at Baskin-Robbins

    Pets:

    A bulldog named Hank, a pug named China and a guinea pig named Willow

     
  • Mark Runkel

    Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer

    Hobbies:

    Hunting and fishing

    First job:

    Before I turned 16, I had my own lawn and snow removal business. Once I turned 16, I started working at a golf course.

     
  • Jeff Von Gillern

    Vice Chairman, Technology and Operations Services

    Pet:

    A Golden Retriever named Marley

    First car:

    Chevrolet Camaro

     
  • Tim Welsh

    Vice Chairman, Consumer Banking Sales and Support

    Favorite vacation spot:

    Dutch Flat, California

    Favorite way to spend the weekend:

    Spending time with my wife and kids, and volunteering in the community

     
  • Our employees

…commit to make a difference
More than 70 percent of our employees report that they volunteered at some point within the past year.

…are proud to serve

More than 2,000 U.S. Bank employees are active or retired US military. We are honored to call these heroes our colleagues and appreciate the work they have done for our country, communities and company.

…champion flexibility
Our employees report a strong sense of work-life integration within the bank made possible by telecommuting, flexible work hours, time off to volunteer and more.

…explore what’s possible
We empower employees to build careers that excite and interest them with career development resources including MentorConnect, Business Resource Groups, online learning, tuition reimbursement and more.

…are truly listened to

Last year, more than 88 percent of our employees participated in our annual Talk to Us survey, generating meaningful action items and improvements across the company.

 

…draw strength from diversity
U.S. Bank employees work in 48 states and 12 countries across the globe. Our Business Resource Groups bring employees together to develop careers and communities, raise awareness and contribute to business results.

 

Who we are

We have more than 74,000 employees.

Employees by business line or corporate support function

Community Banking and Branch Delivery
36%
 
Consumer Banking Sales and Support
17%
 
Payment Services
13%
 
Technology and Operations Services
12%
 
Wealth Mgmt. & Investment Services
9%
 
Corporate & Commercial Banking
5%
 
Risk Management & Compliance
1%
 
Finance
1%
 
Human Resources, Law, and Strategy and Corporate Affairs each total less than 1 percent of the total employee population
<1%
 
36% Community Banking and Branch Delivery
17% Consumer Banking Sales and Support
13% Payment Services
12% Technology and Operations Services
9% Wealth Mgmt. & Investment Services
5% Corporate & Commercial Banking
1% Risk Management & Compliance
1% Finance
<1% Human Resources, Law, and Strategy and Corporate Affairs each total less than 1 percent of the total employee population