St. Louis Fed Pushes For Mass Testing Over Quarantine


James Bullard, president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve, estimated that the quarantine is costing the U.S. We should be thinking about risk management,” Bullard said, according to a Tuesday (April 14) report in the St. Louis Regional Chamber.

St. Louis Fed: Widespread Virus Testing Needed To Reopen US Economy


The president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis said while the coronavirus pandemic has crippled the economy, it could quickly rebound if everyone gets tested for the virus. James Bullard, speaking on a webcast with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.


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Coronavirus Refunds: St. Louis Cardinals To Offer Reimbursements For Impacted Busch Stadium Games


The St. Louis Cardinals unveiled a ticket reimbursement and credit procedure for contests in June at Busch Stadium, according to a statement. Coronavirus Baseball News refunds reimbursements St. Louis Cardinals tickets

St. Louis Colleagues Rank Perficient a Top Workplace in 2020


Perficient is a Top Place to Work in St. Louis. Perficient is proud to continue our tradition as a 2020 Top Workplace in St. Louis ! The St. Louis Post-Dispatch released the annual list with Perficient being named as one of St. Perficient, based in St.

Perficient Gives Back to Hometown Community of St. Louis


As the headquarters of a global company based in St. Louis, there is an opportunity to invest in the surrounding community that Perficient takes seriously. . That must be one reason our St. Louis colleagues rank us as an award-winning employer time and time (and time ) again. .

Groupon Expands Food Delivery Service To St. Louis


Groupon announced on Wednesday (Oct.12) that its on-demand food delivery service, Groupon To Go, has expanded to St. Louis. We’re thrilled to bring Groupon To Go to St. Louis and give our customers easy access to the food they want, when they want it,” said Dan Roarty, senior vice president of restaurants at Groupon, in the press release. “St. Groupon has a delivery presence in more than 40 markets, and St. Louis is the third to use the Groupon To Go brand.

Southern Missouri will enter St. Louis with $29.9 million deal

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Simmons Bank to sell 4 St. Louis-area branches to CEFCU

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The deal will expand the credit union's brick-and-mortar footprint to more than 30 locations across Illinois and California. Credit unions Community banking Branch deals

Fed’s Bullard still wants to hike rates 100 basis points by July

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Enterprise Financial Names St. Louis Entrepreneur as New Chairman

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has named a prominent St. Louis private investor and entrepreneur as its next independent chairman. Enterprise Financial Services Corp. in Clayton, Mo., breaking_news people recruitment community-banking

How a Globalizing Payments Market Brought St. Louis and a Melbourne-Based FinTech Company Together

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Now more than ever, the payments market is becoming global, evident by studying the Asian and Australian markets which are two of the largest markets for financial services and financial. Fintech Insights Asia Europe insights US

Rhineland Bancshares expanding close to St. Louis with acquisition

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The Missouri company has agreed to buy Clifford Bancshares in a deal set to close later this year. M&A Growth strategies Community banks Missouri

Jobless Rate Could Drop To 7 Pct By Year’s End, Fed’s Bullard Says


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Fed’s Bullard Puts Positive Spin On Economy Despite Steep Job Losses


economy, St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard says he doesn’t think the situation is a plummeting “free fall” as others have speculated. Bullard said his team’s estimates, which are available at the St. Despite the coronavirus’ rampant shifts to the U.S.

Professional Athletes Rally Behind Perficient’s Global Campaign of Kindness


The St. Louis Blues Make a December Difference. The St. Louis Blues joined in the giving initiative, sharing a video featuring Assistant Coach Steve Ott, Defenseman Robert Bortuzzo, and Radio Analyst Joey Vitale. Our St. louis st.

First Mid plans to expand St. Louis operations with Linco acquisition

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The company would also gain a branch near Dallas with the proposed acquisition. Community banking M&A Growth strategies Missouri

Fed’s Bullard calls for three-month work break to fight pandemic

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Why U.S. Bancorp Is Building Credit Union Branches in St. Louis

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An unusual investment by the Minneapolis company shows how big banks are developing innovative partnerships to deliver financial services in low-income neighborhoods. dealmaking-strategy underbanked mo national-regional

Waller confirmed for Fed with Shelton’s nomination still in limbo

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Central banks Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisSenators voted 48-47 to put Christopher Waller on the Federal Reserve Board, concluding a confirmation process that had been dragged out for months because of controversy surrounding a separate nomination for Judy Shelton.

Credit Union Mergers Under Scrutiny

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Compliance General Regulatory banks credit unions purchases St. Louis Federal Reserve BankThe banking industry likes to blame everything from the Ebola virus to the demise of the community bank on the fact that credit unions do not pay corporate taxes. So, I wasn’t surprised that yesterday’s article in the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) detailing the increase of credit unions “buying” banks included the usual boilerplate […].

The “Ultimutt” Showdown to Celebrate International Dog Day


Over the past few weeks, the St. Louis office’s Social and Cultural Committee has been hosting a 2020 Pet Showcase + Bracket-ish Tournament of Champions to crown the cutest St. Louis-based Perficient pet. Life at Perficient culture Perficient’s St.

Making a Global Impact at the Local Level With Our “Make a December Difference” Campaign


Making a December Difference in Our Hometown, St. Louis, MO. Sandy Crutchley , senior accountant, chose to continue a St. Louis office tradition by contributing meals to all three St. Louis Ronald McDonald House Charities. “As you know, the St.

Perficient is Proud to Sponsor STL 50/50 Fundraiser


Perficient is proud to be a sponsor for STL 50/50, a giving program powered by Givable that supports charities in the St. Louis region. As a St. Each raffle benefits a different St. Louis area charity. It will help inject tens of thousands of dollars into the St.

Building a Virtual Culture is the Key to Success to Becoming an Award-Winning Workplace


In addition to Atlanta’s two wins, both Minnesota and St. Louis were named as 2020 “Top Workplaces.” louis top workplace

Perficient Colleagues Come Together to “Make a December Difference”


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Midwest BankCentre incorporates new tech with success of digital offshoot

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Rising Bank, the digital offshoot of St. Louis-based Midwest BankCentre, gained $130 million in deposits in 2019.

Market Commentary: Week of March 28, 2022

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It seems it was only yesterday that folks chuckled at St. Louis Fed President James Bullard when he called for one 50 basis point hike in 2022. Last Week.

Why a community bank in Missouri is investing in core banking startup Neocova

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For Brice Luetkemeyer, president and CEO of Bank of St. Together with a group of other community banks, Bank of St. Elizabeth recently invested in Neocova, a St. Louis-based core banking startup that targets […].

Lessons Learned: Banks that thrived during crisis grew loans slower prior to it.

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The St. Louis Fed recently performed a study to uncover the characteristics of community banks that thrived during the financial crisis. bank lending banking Federal Reserve Jeff Marsico Kafafian Group lending lending function loans McChesney Martin senior lender St. Louis Fed Thriving banks were defined as under $10 billion in assets, and maintained a composite CAMELS 1 rating in each exam cycle from 2006-11, an impressive accomplishment.

Perficient’s Green Team Shares Top Tips During Quarantine


As a member of our Green Team in St. Louis, I wanted to see what others in our group were doing to combat this. COVID-19 Life at Perficient Company Culture going green Individual Impact st. louis Sustainability Work Life Balance

Edward Jones Partners With SixThirty to Support Financial Technology Startups

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LOUIS, MO – April 18, 2017 – Financial services firm Edward Jones today announced a multi-year partnership with SixThirty, a St. Louis-based venture fund that invests in financial technology (FinTech). Fintech News Edward Jones news SixThirty US

Together Credit Union names first chief diversity officer

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The St. Louis-based institution is the latest in the industry to create an executive-level position focused on diversity, equity and inclusion. Diversity and equality C-suite Credit unions Career advancement Missouri

1st Financial FCU eyes expansion with rebrand

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The $282 million-asset institution's new name is intended to build on its work with underserved communities around St. Louis. Branch network Marketing Branding Growth strategies Consumer banking Missouri Branch banking

Beware the “waterholing” hack

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Federal Reserve names Sapenaro as lead on payments initiatives

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Dave Sapenaro, first vice president and chief operating officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, will oversee the Fed's payments system improvement initiatives. Faster payments