Staying in business for more than 125 years is hard. Really hard. If you think about it, we’ve endured many events, like the Great Depression and two World Wars. We’ve survived and thrived, thanks to our great customers and communities. We were founded on core values of accountability, community service and financial conservatism. Those principles are the reason we are still in business today. Caring for people and communities is our foundation!
We’ve built a reputation of being financially secure and community focused. We are an independent community bank and fully intend to stay that way. We are big enough to accommodate any financial need, yet small enough to give every customer the personal treatment they deserve.
On November 2, 1891, we received our state charter. Then named The Bank of Perryville, we were the only bank in Perry County, Missouri. As other banks began to organize, we continued to enjoy steady growth. For over 100 years, we operated out of a single Perryville branch. Then in 1997, we changed our name to The Bank of Missouri and expanded into Cape Girardeau, Missouri. We continued to grow over the next several years, expanding into cities throughout Missouri. Today, we operate more than 20 branches and have more than $1 billion in assets.
Our Board of Directors
R. David Crader
William Phillips, Jr.
John Lottes III
Our Executive Officers
Chief Executive Officer
R. David Crader
President, Reliable Community Bancshares, Inc.
EVP Operations Officer
EVP Corporate Administration Officer
President of Commercial Lending
Our Community Bank Presidents
Cape Girardeau/Scott City
Our Bank Ratings
The Bank of Missouri has been awarded a 5-Star Rating from BauerFinancial, Inc., an independent bank rating company. Bauer’s 5-Star Rating, their highest performance ranking, represents an independent, unbiased analysis of a financial institution’s safety and soundness position. Bauer has been analyzing and reporting the financial condition of the nation’s banking industry since 1983. The Bank of Missouri has received this 5-Star rating every quarter since December 2011.
The Bauer rating is based on a complex analysis of financial criteria including capitalization, asset quality, profitability, liquidity and risk. The 5-Star Rating indicates The Bank of Missouri is financially sound and has the resources to deal with a variety of adverse economic conditions. No institution pays BauerFinancial to rate it, nor can any choose to be excluded.
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