Enterprise Financial Services Corp (EFSC)
Last closing price (Jul 22 4:00 EDT):
17.55 (-0.34%) ?
Enterprise Financial Services Corp operates as the holding company for Enterprise Bank & Trust that provides banking and wealth management services to individuals and business customers located in the St. Louis, Kansas City, and Phoenix metropolitan markets. It accepts various deposit products that include interest-bearing transaction accounts and demand deposits, money market accounts, savings accounts, certificates of deposit, and non interest-bearing demand deposits. The companys loan portfolio comprises commercial and industrial, commercial real estate, real estate construction and development, residential real estate, and consumer loans. It also provides treasury management and international trade services; financial planning, estate planning, investment management, and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, and non-profit organizations; retirement, strategic, and management succession planning; and a range of fiduciary and financial advisory services. As of December 31, 2012, the company had 6 banking locations and a support center in the St. Louis metropolitan area; 4 banking locations in the Phoenix metropolitan area; and 11 banking facilities in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Enterprise Financial Services Corp was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
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|Brian Martin||FIG Partners, LLC||Buy||Jan 28, '14||19.03||Jan 28, '15||-7.78%|
|Andrew Liesch||Sandler O'Neill & Partners L.P.||Buy||Jan 24, '14||18.60||Jan 24, '15||-5.65%|