Enterprise Financial Services Corp Announces Share Buyback Program

ST. LOUIS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Enterprise Financial Services Corp (Nasdaq: EFSC) (the “Company”), previously disclosed on Form 10-Q filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission on April 30, 2021, that the board of directors of the company has approved a new share buyback program, which replaces and cancels the previous share buyback program announced on May 4, 2015. In accordance with the new share buyback program, the Company will be authorized to buy back up to 2,000,000 common shares from time to time short. market or through privately negotiated transactions.

About Enterprise Financial Services Corp:

Enterprise Financial Services Corp (Nasdaq: EFSC), with approximately $ 10.2 billion in assets, is a financial holding company headquartered in Clayton, Missouri. Enterprise Bank & Trust, a Missouri state chartered trust company with banking powers and a wholly-owned subsidiary of EFSC, operates 39 branches in Arizona, California, Kansas, Missouri, Nevada and New Brunswick. Mexico, as well as SBA loan and deposit production offices in Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington. Enterprise Bank & Trust offers a range of business and personal banking and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, pension plans and not-for-profit organizations . Additional information is available at www.enterprisebank.com.

The common shares of Enterprise Financial Services Corp. are traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol “EFSC”. Please visit our website at www.enterprisebank.com to see our regularly released material information.

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