Chief Executive Officer
UMB Bank, n.a.
Vice Chairman and
Interim Chief Financial Officer
UMB Financial Corporation
Michael Hagedorn is president and chief executive officer of
UMB Bank, n.a. and vice chairman and interim chief financial
officer of UMB Financial Corporation. He is responsible for
commercial banking, business banking, small business banking,
private wealth management, institutional asset management, correspondent
banking, consumer banking and UMB Financial Corporation’s investment
Prior to this role, Hagedorn served as chief financial officer
and chief administrative officer of UMB Financial Corporation
with responsibility for corporate and regional finance, corporate
treasury, audit, compliance, regulatory reporting, strategic
planning, investor and government relations, mergers and acquisitions,
management reporting, corporate development, corporate security,
properties, enterprise project management, corporate legal,
management information systems and the operations technology
group. He joined UMB in 2005.
Hagedorn was recognized by the Kansas City Business Journal
as a CFO of the Year honoree in 2009, 2010 and 2012. The
Des Moines Business Record also honored him with their “40
Executives Under 40” honor in 2004.
Additionally, since 2009, UMB Bank has been recognized as one
of America’s best banks six times, based on eight financial
measures of asset quality, capital adequacy and profitability,
according to studies by Forbes and SNL Financial and
was also one of 31 banking institutions named to KBW’s
2013 “Bank Honor Roll.” UMB Bank was also entered into the Congressional
Record in 2010 for excellent performance during the financial
Company Facts: As of December 31, 2015
• UMB Financial Corporation total assets under management are $40 billion with a
five-year compound annual growth rate of 7.5 percent.
• UMB Bank received the No. 1 ranking in deposit share in Kansas City for the fifth
year in a row.
• UMB Financial Corporation increased average total loans 20.8 percent in 2015,
while nonperforming loans remained at a low 0.65 percent
of total loans.
• UMB Financial Corporation net interest income increased by 5.8 percent while noninterest
income grew 5.3 percent (five-year CAGRs).
• University of Kansas, Business College, finance advisory board, member
• Kansas City Downtown Council, past chairman of the board, current executive committee
and board member
• Downtown Kansas City Civic Ventures, president and board member
• Greater Kansas City Local Initiatives Support Cooperation (LISC), past chairman
of the board
• Kansas City Mayoral Streetcar Governance, board member
• Nativity Parish Finance Council, past chairman of the board and current board
• Kansas City Streetcar Authority Board, chairman of the board, executive committee
member, founding board member and past treasurer
• Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Board, treasurer, executive committee member and
• Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, Bachelor of Business Administration, major
in finance, minor in accounting
• Wells Fargo College of Commercial Credit, honors graduate
• University of Michigan Ross School of Business, Executive Leadership Program
• Harvard Business School, Executive Leadership Program
• Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Executive Education Program
• Global 100—Next Generation Leadership Program
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