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June 02, 2015 6:10 AM ET

Banks

Company Overview of Midwest BankCentre

Company Overview

Midwest BankCentre operates as a community bank that provides personal and business financial services. It offers personal banking services, such as affordable home improvement loans, checking accounts, health savings accounts, and saving accounts, credit and debit cards, foreign currency, gift cards, home equity loans, money market, certificates of deposit, individual retirement accounts, and personal loans; and business banking services, including business banking security, checking, debit and credit cards, cash management, commercial lending, gift cards, health savings accounts, money market and savings accounts, payroll cards, small business banking, and wire transfers. The company also ...

2191 Lemay Ferry Road

St. Louis, MO 63125-2435

United States

Founded in 1906

Phone:

314-631-5500

Fax:

314-544-8633

Key Executives for Midwest BankCentre

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 58
Senior Vice President of Operations
Chairman of The Board and President of Midwest Bankcentre, Inc.
Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking and President of Womenconnect
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Midwest BankCentre Key Developments

Midwest BankCentre Announces Executive Changes

Midwest BankCentre has announced that it has hired senior bankers. David Warning, who was with BMO Harris Bank in St Louis, is joining Midwest BankCentre as regional president of commercial lending. Similarly, Mark Wolz, vice president of business banking at Commerce Bank, will join as president of commercial lending. While Wolz will operate out of the Fenton branch, Warning is to be based in a West County office.

Midwest BankCentre Mulls Acquisition

Midwest BankCentre has weathered the recession well enough and is now hunting for an acquisition. As for an acquisition, Chairman Ron Barnes said, increasing regulatory costs have forced mergers among banks, and more are on the way. "We talk about it with our board monthly", he said. Midwest, which has 183 full-time employees, would like to buy a healthy, local bank, Chief Executive Officer Jim Watson added.

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