August 22, 2020
Carson Graff Joins Central Bank of the Midwest as Commercial Relationship Manager
Central Bank of the Midwest is pleased to announce that Carson Graff has joined our team as a Commercial Relationship Manager at our headquarters on Highway 291 in Lee’s Summit.
Carson got his start as a financial advisor and was active in helping small business owners and individuals with retirement, estate, and succession plans. He later shifted his focus to business banking where the worked to see small businesses thrive. Carson will expand that passion for businesses in his new role as a commercial relationship manager, joining our lending team’s decades of experience.
Carson earned a Bachelor of Business in Marketing from Missouri State University. He serves as Board President of the Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation and as Treasurer of the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce.
Justin Moore Joins Central Bank of the Midwest as Commercial Loan Officer
Central Bank of the Midwest is pleased to announce that Justin Moore recently joined our team as a Commercial Loan Officer at our headquarters on Highway 291 in Lee’s Summit.
Justin has worked in banking for 20 years, getting his start with our holding company, Central Bancompany, as an auditor in 2000. He then served for many years in the loan review department before moving to Kansas City as a commercial lender in 2005. After a short time with another bank, Justin is glad to be back with the Central Bank of the Midwest and joining our lending team’s decades of experience.
Justin earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Missouri in Columbia. He currently serves as the Finance Committee Chairman at Blue Springs Christian Church.
Central Bank of the Midwest is a $2.9 billion dollar bank located in 28 communities across the greater Kansas City region. It is also the fourth largest commercial lending bank in Kansas City. Over the past year, Central Bank of the Midwest expanded its footprint into the Northland through the acquisitions of BankLiberty and Platte Valley Bank. In 2019, employees volunteered more than 4,000 hours to more than 300 non-profit organizations across the region. Central Bank of the Midwest is led by President & CEO Bill Ferguson.
Central Bank of the Midwest is a part of Central Bancompany, which has more than $14 billion in assets. For the twelfth year in a row (2020), Forbes Magazine recognized Central Bancompany as one of the “Best Banks in America” in its annual review of the nation’s 100 largest financial institutions. It was also the highest ranked bank in the state of Missouri and the Kansas City area in 2020.