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UMB monthly media update – January 2018

January 2018’s round up features coverage in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Colorado Biz Magazine the Springfield Business Journal and more.






UMB-monthly-media-update-January-2018In January’s UMB monthly media update, UMB CIO KC Mathews discusses what the affect the 2018 tax reforms may have on job growth, UMB executives talk with teen girls about smart spending and saving‡, Executive Vice President Ann Marie Baker offers a 2018 banking outlook‡, and UMB President of Personal Banking Dana Abraham offers tips for making 2018 one of your best financial years ever.

Stay informed on industry trends and noteworthy company news by visiting the  UMB in the news section on umb.com, which is updated weekly for timely viewing.

Catch up on previous UMB in the news coverage by visiting the following links:

UMB in the News – November 2017

UMB in the News – October 2017

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