Recent highlights of UMB in the news
If you have the means and desire to financially contribute to charitable organizations, it’s important to understand how and why you are allocating your funds to the causes you care about.
AZ Big Media
Uma Wilson, EVP, chief information and product officer for UMB bank, discusses how banks can best answer calls for product innovation and partnership, and provide solutions to pain points that – in some cases at least – have long plagued customers, especially those in the corporate payments and treasury management space.
One of the most important decisions you can make when completing your estate plan is naming the fiduciary or fiduciaries who will execute your wishes and manage your assets after death, or when you are no longer willing or able to handle your financial affairs.
UMB is proud to announce the addition of two new leaders in Texas: Eddie Broussard has been brought on as President of the Fort Worth market and Jeff Strasner is the new senior VP and Commercial Banking Team Lead in Dallas. Here’s how the team plans to expand UMB’s presence in Texas.
Dallas Business Journal
Launching a private fund is far quicker than launching a registered fund. This type of anticipated conversion is growing in popularity and there are two key considerations to be aware of.
Inflation plumbed new heights in the first half of 2022, and counterintuitively, Kansas City-area deposits spiked to a 15-year high: They grew 4.7% to $85.84 billion as of June 30. UMB Bank controls one of every four dollars deposited in the area, holding the top market share of deposits for the 12th consecutive year. It continues a 15-year run that has seen the bank grow its Kansas City market share of deposits from 8.45% in 2008 to 25.92% today, or from $3.38 billion to $22.25 billion.
Kansas City Business Journal