What we do

U.S. Bank is the fifth-largest U.S. commercial bank, holding more than $488 billion in assets as of Sept. 30, 2019. But the U.S. Bank story is about much more than banking.

Working together

Our 74,000 employees work across departments to help our millions of retail, business, wealth management, payment, commercial and corporate, and investment services customers across the country and around the world turn their dreams into reality. We take ownership of projects and initiatives and innovate to provide the best results. 

We pride ourselves on diligently and ethically upholding U.S. Bank’s best-in-class financial record and legacy of more than 150 years in banking.

Most importantly, we put people first, cultivating and treasuring meaningful relationships with the customers we serve, the colleagues we support and the communities where we live and work.

Why we do it

Our work makes a difference. We’re committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work, and supporting our colleagues through unexpected hardships.

With up to 16 hours of paid time off to volunteer, employees last year reported more than 209,000 hours of community service.

On a national scale, U.S. Bank is a proud supporter of United Way, among other organizations. Last year alone, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided $25 million in grant funding. 

We take care of one another, too. The U.S. Bank Employee Assistance Fund (EAF) assists employees when they need help the most. Funded primarily by employee contributions, EAF has granted almost $10 million to 2,600+ employees since its inception in 2008.

Leading with ethics
Our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct is an expression of our culture and core values, and it’s our shared guide to operating with integrity. It applies to every one of us, no matter where on the globe we sit or where in the company we work. See the Code to learn about our expectations for high ethical standards, including our commitment to international human rights standards and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.