The Standard Bank And Trust

The Standard Bank And Trust

What will happen to your family when you’re gone? Who will look after the kids? What will happen to your investments, your debt, your cars, your home, and your valuables? It’s time to make a plan. Do you need to set up a trust? You’ll definitely need a Will. You, however, don’t need to do this alone. We’re here to help.

As a trusted financial leader for over 60 years, Standard Bank and Trust’s mission is to champion the success of our communities through continuing our tradition of operating a locally-managed, independent financial institution.

With more than $2.3 billion in assets, we deliver a wide range of retail, commercial, and wealth management services at banking locations and a mortgage loan center throughout the Chicago area and Northwest Indiana.

Specialties: Personal Banking, Mortgage Lending, Business, Healthcare, Government and Institutional Banking, Trust and Wealth Management Services and Insurance



A Will represents peace of mind for you and those you care about. The importance of a Will, and the protection it gives your family cannot be overstated. We can help you draft a personalized Will, as well as offer ongoing reviews should your circumstances change. Plus, we can hold your Will in the safe custody of Standard Trust’s vault.


By establishing a Trust, you are able to set up a structure and appoint trustees to manage your assets for the benefit of your beneficiaries. Our experienced Trust specialists are ready to help you draft a Trust deed and establish a Trust to create a lasting legacy for your loved ones.

Estate Administration

The loss of a loved one can be emotionally draining. As such, it’s a time when professional assistance will be needed. Our experts offer years of experience and technical knowledge to help administer your estate effectively. You can rest assured knowing that your dedicated estate administration officer will be on hand to help your heirs through the estate process.

Beneficiary Care

Beneficiaries of pension death benefits, who are typically minors or orphans, often need financial assistance in the