Jim Rine, President and Chief Executive Officer of UMB Bank

About Jim

Jim began his career at UMB in 1994 and has served in leadership roles of increasing responsibility. In his current role, he is responsible for commercial banking, private wealth management, institutional banking, healthcare services, personal banking, operations, technology and corporate marketing and communication.

In 2019, Jim was named one of the Kansas City Business Journal’s Power 100. Previously, he has been honored as a Kansas City Business Journal NextGen Leader and included in Ingram’s “40 Under 40” class.

Jim received his bachelor’s degree in finance from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.

Media Highlights

Pandemic offers lessons, encouragement in adapting to a new normal 

"Since March, I’ve been able to step back and analyze where we have the opportunity to make proactive shifts to positively impact our associates, customers and business operations during this challenging time."
Kansas City Business Journal

UMB renovates space for nonprofit School of Economics 

"At UMB, we have always believed that it is critical for children to learn the basics of personal finance and money management," UMB Bank CEO Jim Rine
Kansas City Business Journal

Plenty of opportunity to grow 

Jim Rine, CEO of UMB Bank, discusses some of the key hires, changes and investments he's made since his October 2018 promotion.
Kansas City Business Journal

Giving back to preserve and promote a president’s legacy

The Harry S. Truman Library & Museum is special to Jim Rine, president and CEO of UMB Bank. It was a part of his high school experience and remains an important part of his personal and professional life today. Read more to see how Jim is supporting one of our community’s historic landmarks.

Meet the leadership: Jim Rine

Get to know more about Jim’s career, community involvement and family.

Life lessons learned in high school: losing is part of winning

Jim Rine, Chief Executive Officer of UMB Bank, n.a. , shares his insights for pushing through difficult times and never giving up. He recently shared his story with the Kansas City Business Journal.