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Grow your wealth and secure your family's future.

It is important for your family's future to secure and grow the assets that you have accumulated through your time and hard work. Trust services are an important part of that financial planning.

The Trust Department at the Community Bank of Raymore.

At Community Bank of Raymore, our experience can help you to preserve and grow your wealth and share it with your family for generations to come, to assist in planning for the growth and succession of your business, and assist you as you may wish to support charitable causes important to you. Our pledge is to loyally serve each and every trust client personally and timely to the very best of our ability, with integrity and accountability.

Formed in 1998, the Trust Department at the Community Bank of Raymore has grown to be recognized as one of the Midwest's most sound trust and investment management firms, with over $564 million in assets under administration and $83 million under agency. Our staff has more than 110 combined years of experience in trust and investment planning and administration, and we offer a full range of integrated services tailored to your individual needs to protect and grow your legacy for generations to come. Let the trust staff of Community Bank of Raymore assist you with your trust and estate planning goals.

The Community Bank of Raymore Trust department would be pleased to discuss with you how to reduce or eliminate your estate taxes and probate fees, how you will benefit from professional management, and generally how you can save your valuable time and reduce the stress to you and your family related to these issues.

Contact Us

Please call us at (816) 322-2100 or email us at [email protected] to see how we may be of service to you.

Trust investments are not insured by the FDIC. Trust investments are not deposits or obligations of the institution and are not guaranteed by the institution. Trust investments are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.