Strength and Security

Historically, a bank’s strength has been measured by the level of capital it maintains. There are minimum capital requirements for all financial institutions. Over the past several years, a number of private consumer agencies have evolved to help depositors make sound decisions when choosing a bank. Some of those agencies are listed below, along with Enterprise’s ratings. We encourage you to visit the websites of these agencies. Enterprise has consistently received high marks from these rating services.

Our History

Enterprise was founded in 1988 by three entrepreneurs. Their core concept was to build a first-class bank focused on private business owners, professionals and their families with a comprehensive array of banking, trust and financial advisory services. That concept for Enterprise has remained as our unwavering and guiding vision.

Publicly Traded

Enterprise Financial Services Corp is publicly traded (Nasdaq: EFSC). Current financial information is available on under Investor Relations.

Investment Grade Kroll Rating

An A- deposit and unsecured debt rating indicate our strong profitability metrics that have tracked above peer medians over a multiyear period.


We operate banking and wealth management offices in greater St. Louis, Kansas City, Phoenix, Las Vegas, New Mexico and southern California. Our banking assets exceed $13.1 billion, and our trust assets exceed $2.5 billion.

BauerFinancial Star Rating

Enterprise has received a rating of Five Stars — Superior, their highest rating. BauerFinancial Inc. has been reporting on and analyzing the performance of banks and credit unions since 1983. For more information, visit

Additional Accolades

  • #19 in $5-50B category Performance Scorecard - Bank Director magazine.
  • Top 5 – Best Investments Fourth Quarter Favorites - Sandler O’Neill.
  • #16 Recognized by S&P Global Market Intelligence in its 2021 national ranking, Top 50 Public Banks.