Community groups in Kansas City and St. Louis leveraged a $1.8 billion agreement for increased investment in low- and middle-income neighborhoods with Enterprise Bank and Trust as part of the process in gaining federal approval of the bank’s acquisition of Eagle Bank and Trust.
Community groups in Kansas City and St. Louis leveraged a $1.8 billion agreement for increased investment in low- and middle-income neighborhoods with Enterprise Bank and Trust as part of the process in gaining federal approval of the bank’s acquisition of Eagle Bank and Trust. File photo: Diane Stafford
Community groups in Kansas City and St. Louis leveraged a $1.8 billion agreement for increased investment in low- and middle-income neighborhoods with Enterprise Bank and Trust as part of the process in gaining federal approval of the bank’s acquisition of Eagle Bank and Trust. File photo: Diane Stafford

KC clergy group helps leverage $1.8 billion for low-income neighborhood investments in KC and St. Louis

March 24, 2017 11:10 AM

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