Meet our executive team
Michael A. Bilski
Michael A. Bilski is a founder, Chairman and President of N.A. Corporation, a bank holding company, based in Roseville, Minnesota. He is also Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of North American Banking Company, a commercial bank with offices in the Twin Cities.
A fourth generation banker, with twenty years of banking experience and a desire to create his own company, Bilski formed N.A. Corporation and started the process of chartering North American Banking Company, which opened in July of 1998
Currently North American Banking Company has five offices and approximately $950 million in assets. The bank is in the process of building its sixth office in Maple Grove, scheduled to open mid-year 2022. NABC also specializes in processing money orders, third party payments, high volume of ACH transactions and credit card processing. North American Banking Company was the 27th largest ACH originator in the country in 2020.
He currently is a board member of UMACHA, the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota, Shazam and the US Faster Payments Council where he also serves as Chairman. He served as a board member and officer of NACHA, the electronics payment association, from 2005-2010. He has spoken at several industry events including; NACHA’s Payments conference, Chicago Federal Reserve Payments Symposium, ICBA Convention, UMACHA’s Navigating Payments and AFP Minnesota.
Bradley G. Huckle
Brad Huckle, North American Banking Company’s president and chief lending officer, is a man on a mission to help Twin Cities businesses develop, grow, and prosper.
Brad built his career—and many local companies, including Corporate Real Estate Brokers, Houck Machine Co., and Wealshire of Bloomington—by helping entrepreneurs and small business owners navigate their way through the competitive, and often intimidating, world of banking.
He started out in 1983 as a commercial credit analyst and quickly found his niche in the small business market. By 1989, Brad was responsible for all Small Business Administration (SBA) lending for 13 Minnesota offices of MidAmerica Bank. Under his leadership, the bank ended the year as one of Minnesota’s top 10 SBA banks.
Demonstrating exemplary business development strategies and management skills, Brad was promoted to senior vice president and put in charge of a $70 million business unit.
A few years later, he advanced his career even further when he was named chief credit officer of Princeton Bank. His responsibilities included managing both the sales and administration of the bank’s commercial loans. The bank thrived under Brad’s leadership, and its loan portfolio grew from $64 million to $100 million, again with an emphasis on SBA lending.
In 1997, Brad left Princeton to fulfill a lifelong goal of starting his own bank. He joined forces with Michael Bilski —the two men worked together at Princeton—to launch North American Banking Company in 1998. More than twenty years later, the bank is now one the Twin Cities’ strongest community banks.
The son of a career U.S. Marine Corps pilot, Brad graduated from the University of Minnesota with degrees in business administration and agricultural economics.
He lives on Lake Johanna in Arden Hills and enjoys training for, traveling to, and competing in cycling races and triathlons. He also enjoys cooking, going out for spicy food, and spending time with his family, especially his twenty-something son Keith.