Central Bank of Kansas City

The Central Bank of Kansas City was chartered in 1950 as a state banking corporation, and has been minority family-owned since the 1960s. The Central Bank is recognized as a CDFI due to its investments in distressed communities and its sponsorship of financial education events such as Money Smart Month which attracted 6,200 attendees in 2011. In 2000, the Central Bank provided over $4 million to distressed communities in Kansas City. The Central Bank had total assets of $115 million in 2003, while providing over $1 million in financial support to other local certified CDFIs.

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