June 16 - MB Financial Bankhas again received the highest possible rating on its performance in meeting the credit needs of the community it serves.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the bank’s primary regulatory agency, has rated the bank as “Outstanding” in its performance under the Community Reinvestment Act for the fourth consecutive time dating back to 2001. The Community Reinvestment Act encourages each bank to help meet the borrowing needs of the community it serves, including the moderate- and low-income areas of that community.
In commenting on the rating, Mitch Feiger, President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “All of us at MB Financial Bank know that it’s critical that our entire community grows and prospers. By supporting the borrowing needs of all aspects of our marketplace, we help more individuals and businesses achieve their goals and dreams. We are justifiably proud that our efforts have again been recognized and that we’re one of a small group of banks in the country to achieve this highest possible rating.”
About MB Financial Bank
MB Financial Bank’s holding company, MB Financial, Inc., is traded on the NASDAQ as “MBFI.” MB Financial has approximately $10 billion in assets. MB Financial Bank (www.mbfinancial.com) is a locally-operated financial institution that has been delivering competitive personalized service for over 100 years to businesses and individuals who live and work in the Chicago metropolitan area.