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Missouri

Employees

12,428

New Small Business Loans

$474 million

Home Mortgage Originations

$1.34 billion

Municipal Bond Underwriting

$1.04 billion

Total Deposits

$17.6 billion

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Region: St. Louis

Bank of America Supports Women Entrepreneurs

Since 2014, Bank of America has deployed more than $46 million in capital to help women entrepreneurs grow their businesses, including women in St. Louis. In 2019, Bank of America increased this commitment to $100 million to aid women entrepreneurs. The capital it deploys will help more than 2,500 women small business owners.

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Region: St. Louis

JPMorgan Commitment Creates Skill-Based Summer Jobs for Area Young Adults

JPMorgan Chase provided $150,000 to the St. Louis Community Foundation as part of its $17 million, five-year investment to U.S. cities working to foster access to summer job training for high school students. The investment will support efforts to strengthen the summer youth employment field by fostering learning, collaboration and innovation across U.S. cities.

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Region: St. Louis

Morgan Stanley Capital Drives Critical Infrastructure

Morgan Stanley has been helping public entities raise funds through capital markets for decades. In December 2016, Morgan Stanley helped the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District raise $150 million to continue the largest and most extensive capital program in the Sewer District’s history, providing for compliance with clean water requirements.

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Region: St. Louis

Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital Program

Wells Fargo has provided grant funding to Justine PETERSEN, a Missouri community development financial institution, through its Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital program. The program helps build flexible grant capital to increase and strengthen lending and technical assistance offerings to small businesses.

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Region: St. Louis

Goldman Sachs Gives Community College Fund

Goldman Sachs in 2016 provided a grant to St. Louis Community College from the Goldman Sachs Gives Community College Fund, which was created to strengthen community college endowments in support of financial aid. This program builds on Goldman Sachs’ commitment to advancing community colleges in the United States. Goldman Sachs is one of the largest private backers of community colleges in the country.

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Region: Independence

Citi Works to Reduce Unemployment in Independence

In March 2019, the Citi Foundation and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation announced funding to help connect unemployed and underemployed people in Independence, Mo., to quality jobs. Services include skills training and career development, personal finance coaching, continuing education courses, and resources to help job seekers secure transportation, child care, and housing.

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Region: Kansas City

Citi Investment Supports Minority-and Women-owned Businesses

In 2019, Citi Foundation granted $500,000 to 10 cities, including Kansas City, through its City Accelerator Program. Citi Foundation’s investment in Kansas City will help launch a universal procurement system that supports minority- and women-owned businesses.

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Region: Kansas City

Bank of America Drives Green Infrastructure Projects

In 2019 Bank of America gave a $250,000 grant to four cities, including Kansas City, to fund green financing and infrastructure projects. This grant will support programs that provide educational events regarding community environmental needs. In addition, the grant will fund the planting of more trees in low-income areas to help communities deal with the impacts of climate change.

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