US Bank Expands Earth City, Missouri, Operations Center
“It is always exciting when one of our state’s top employers increases their investment in our state, which U.S. Bank will be doing with its new center in St. Louis County,” Gov. Jay Nixon said. “We have worked hard to make Missouri an attractive place for growth in the financial services sector. U.S. Bank’s expansion is just the latest evidence that our efforts are paying off.”
Missouri’s favorable business climate and innovative resources are creating expansion opportunities around the state, the Missouri Department of Economic Development said. Some of the state’s resources and initiatives that have aided business expansions include the Certified Work Ready Communities Program, export assistance, customized job recruitment and screening, Certified Site designation, LocationOne site and building database.
“This has been an unbelievable year for job growth in St. Louis”, said Denny Coleman, President and CEO, St. Louis County Economic Council. “We are thrilled that U.S. Bank is bringing these jobs to Earth City.”
"We were pleased to partner with the St. Louis County Economic Council and the Missouri Department of Economic Development over the past year on this major recruitment project, resulting in the creation of these high quality jobs," said St. Louis Regional Chamber Executive Vice President Steve Johnson.
To assist U.S. Bank with its expansion, the Department of Economic Development has authorized a strategic economic incentive package that the company can receive if it meets strict job creation and investment criteria. This project is contingent upon the approval of all state and local incentives.
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