Simmons Bank celebrates the opening of the Forsyth Financial Center

CLAYTON, Mo., November 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Simmons Bank recently completed renovations to the 16,000+ square foot full-service branch located at 7800 Forsyth. Of 11pm-2pm on November 2, Simmons Bank hosted a ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate Simmons Bank customers and the new financial centre. The branch has more than 30 associates on-site to support customers’ financial needs, including personal, business and mortgage loans as well as wealth management services.

Simmons Bank is delighted to have a newly renovated center to better serve our customers in the heart of Clayton’s business district and surrounding community,” said Tom Lalypresident of the metro division of Simmons Bank. “With our new location, we look forward to meeting the financial needs of friends and neighbors in and around Clayton.”

Ken Domash, MA, NCIDQ, AIA of Domash DESIGNSOURCE LLC was the architect and Bobby Printer with VSP Construction served as the contractor for the project.

In Dec. 2021, Simmons Bank and the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis (ULSTL) announced an agreement to establish a new full-service financial center at the ULSTL headquarters located at 1408 North Kingshighway. Completion of the project is scheduled for 2023.

About Simmons Bank
Simmons Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Simmons First National Corporation (NASDAQ: SFNC), a Mid-South-based financial holding company that has paid cash dividends for 113 consecutive years. Simmons Bank operates more than 230 branches in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. Founded in 1903, Simmons Bank offers comprehensive financial solutions delivered with a customer-centric approach. In 2022, Simmons Bank was named to the Forbes list of “America’s Best Banks” for the second year in a row and to the Forbes list of “The World’s Best Banks” for the third year in a row. Additional information about Simmons Bank can be found on our website at, by following @Simmons_Bank on Twitter or by visiting our newsroom.

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