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Posted June 29, 2021

 

BancorpSouth Bank jointly inked the continuation and extension of its strategic business affiliation with Liberty Financial Services, Inc., the holding company of Liberty Bank and Trust Company. The renewal and extension of the $8.5-million investment in Liberty is via non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock, which was initially issued in 2016.

Per the strategic mentor-bank relationship, BancorpSouth will continue to offer certain advisory services to Liberty, which will include, but are not limited to, guidance on information technology management, recommendations for talent recruitment, associate training and development, strategies for the design, development and implementation of new banking products and services, as well as recommendations on loan originations.

Liberty's purpose is economical distribution of cost-effective superior quality delivery, and customer-driven avant-garde financial products and services in varied markets, with special focus on disadvantaged minority communities.

The collegial alliance offered growth capital to Liberty, thereby fostering its competency to create commercial loans and deliver other banking and financial services to varied businesses, individuals and households in those outnumbered, disproportionate communities.

The chairman and CEO of BancorpSouth, Dan Rollins, remarked, "This renewed commitment reflects our continued focus on supporting the revitalization of underserved communities in the markets we serve and neighboring markets. It's a privilege to continue our work with Alden McDonald and his team, knowing that collectively we can make a stronger impact."
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