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WYCOKCK.ORG - News and Events | 8/15/2019
“We are proud to be a part of The Merc Co+op project along with the other stakeholders. We know how important sustainable food is to the health of our communities. CBKC looks forward to downtown KCK progress with the opening of The Merc Co+op,” said Bill Dana, President/CEO of Central Bank of Kansas City.
Northeast News | 4/3/2019
Central Bank continues long tradition of offering services and products to meet the financial needs of Northeast customers.
“Central Bank of Kansas City has been an icon in the Northeast community for almost 70 years. While the financial institution has branched out over the decades, it remains committed to serving the community where its roots are planted. To that end, Central Bank continuously introduces new programs.”
Kansas City Business Journal | 3/27/2019 KC area has four of the nation's best-performing community banks. “Central Bank of Kansas City ranked 18th. It’s generating a net-interest margin of 4.93 percent and an efficiency ratio of 57.06. Its loan portfolio grew by 11.5 percent. Founded in 1950, the bank is led by CEO Bill Dana. It has a strong niche serving the low- to moderate-income population that dominates its geographic footprint. It also has become a trusted resource for the local Hispanic population.”
American Banker | 3/26/2019 Banks explore ways to capitalize on tax law's 'Opportunity Zones' Bill Dana, CEO at the $177 million-asset Central Bank of Kansas City in Missouri, is still trying to figure out his bank’s role. As a community development financial institution, Central Bank works primarily in low-income communities. The majority of the Opportunity Zones in Kansas City are right in the census tracts that we deal in and provide services to,” Dana said. “It seems natural for us to be at the table.” Dana said he is continuing to examine possible business deals for his bank, but nothing has been finalized."We’re still trying to figure out the best methodology for deployment,” he said.
Kansas City Business Journal | 3/5/2019 KC's five strongest small banks of 2018 - We are ranked #2!
Kansas City Business Journal | 3/30/2018 Capstone Awards 2018: Adaptive Reuse — Hotel Indigo/Fairfax Lofts
“The Hotel Indigo/Fairfax Lofts project won a 2018 Capstone Award in the adaptive reuse category. In this profile, we highlight the project details, including unique features, special considerations and the community impact.”
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