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Citizens Bank & Trust and Summit Bank of Kansas City Announce Merger Plans

  • Posted 05/8/2019
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Lee’s Summit, MO–Citizens Bank & Trust and Summit Bank of Kansas City today announced their merger agreement and submission of a related regulatory application. The announcement was made jointly by Richard L. Viar, president and chief executive officer of Summit Bank of Kansas City and Roger M. Arwood, chief executive officer of Citizens Bank & Trust. The merger agreement outlines CONTINUE READING >>

Suncrest Bank Named to Top 100 Best Performing by S&P Global Market Intelligence

  • Posted 04/9/2019
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. and VISALIA, Calif.–(PRNewswire)–Suncrest Bank (OTCQX: SBKK) today announced it has been named as one of S&P’s Global Market Intelligence Top 100 Best-Performing Community Banks for 2018 with assets less than $3 billion. Suncrest ranked 30th overall and 6th in the State of California. To compile the rankings S&P considers a set of performance criteria including; return on average tangible CONTINUE READING >>

International Bank Changes Name to InBank

  • Posted 04/8/2019
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Denver, CO–(PRWeb)–International Bank and its holding company, InBankshares, Corp. (“InBankshares”), announces that the bank’s name has changed to InBank. The new name reflects the 100-year legacy of International Bank with a modern vision for the future as the bank implements its robust growth strategy in the Denver Metro Area and legacy markets. International Bank was established in Raton, N.M. on CONTINUE READING >>

Enterprise Financial Services Corp and Trinity Capital Corporation (Parent Company of Los Alamos National Bank) Complete Merger

  • Posted 03/8/2019
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ST. LOUIS, Mo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC) (“Enterprise,” or “EFSC”), the holding company for Enterprise Bank & Trust (“EB&T”), today announced the completion of its merger with Trinity Capital Corporation (“Trinity”) and the merger of EB&T with Trinity’s wholly owned subsidiary, Los Alamos National Bank (“LANB”). The merger adds approximately $1.2 billion in assets, $700 million in loans CONTINUE READING >>