Commerce in the News

Commerce in the News

The St. Louis Mosaic Project celebrates impactful leaders in St. Louis community* [PDF]1
St. Louis Mosaic, August 2017

Announcing: The Diverse Business Leaders of 2017*
St. Louis Business Journal, August 2017

Commerce Bank partners with Bill.com to reinvent business payments*
PYMNTS, July 2017

Korn Ferry recognizes highly engaged organizations for 2017*
Korn Ferry, June 2017

Ballooning bills: More U.S. hospitals pushing patients to pay before care*
Reuters, April 2017

So you think you need new dental equipment? Know the ROI before you sign on the dotted line*
Dentistry iQ, February 2017

America’s Best Midsize Employers*
Forbes, 2017

Commerce Bank recommits to North St. Louis*
The St. Louis American, December 2016

New program at WFBMC helps patients manage health care costs*
Time Warner Cable News, December 2016

Mizzou pilots new card-based approach* [PDF]1
NACDA’s Athletics Administration, December 2016

Growing Missouri bank opens commercial office in Indy*
Indianapolis Business Journal, August 2016

How banks drive growth in American manufacturing*
ABA Banking Journal, October 2016

Commerce Bank adds 12 charging stations for electric vehicles*
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 2016

In the market for a dental practice? What every dentist needs to know about financing*
Metro Denver Dental Society’s Articulator, August 2016

This new credit card lets you give to charitable causes with each swipe*
Fast Company, June 2016

Beating the self-pay problem: How 3 hospitals developed patient loan programs*
Beckers Hospital Review, May 2016

Commerce Bank eyes middle market customers with Grand Rapids office*
MiBiz, May 2016

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