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1. 'Risk at Zero Interest Rates' 'Risk at Zero Interest Rates' February 21, 2012 Article and interview with Esther George, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. George, who has been with the Federal Reserve Bank since 1982, became president in October 2011 and serves...

2. Another Lender in Area is Closed Another Lender in Area is Closed September 5, 2009 First Bank of Kansas City failed on September 4, 2009. It re-opened as Great American Bank which is based in De Soto, Kansas.

3. Block Finds Bank Buyer Block Finds Bank Buyer July 12, 2013 Article announces that Republic Bank and Trust Company will purchase the banking business of H&R Block, Incorporated. Specifics of the deal are summarized. Services that H&R Block will continue to provide...

4. Douglass National Fails Douglass National Fails January 26, 2008 Douglass National Bank, the only black owned bank in the area, failed on Friday, January 25, 2008. The bank's three local branches will reopen on January 28, 2008, as branches of Liberty Bank and Trust...

5. I Hope I'm Wrong I Hope I'm Wrong January 23, 2011

6. Kempers Want Values to Last Kempers Want Values to Last April 23, 2013 Article on UMB Bank, focusing on the Kemper family's role as leaders. Previously known as Center City, City, City National, and United Missouri, UMB Bank was founded in 1913. In 1918, William T. Kemper...

7. Market for Money Continues to Grow Market for Money Continues to Grow July 1, 2007 Kansas City has seen a rise in the number of banks and bank branches that is disproportionate to its size. Many rural banks are opening branches in the metro area and local banks are building branches...