Commerce Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: CBSH), a registered bank holding company offering a full line of banking services, announced that the company's annual meeting of shareholders will be available by webcast. Commerce Bancshares, Inc.'s annual shareholder meeting is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in the Kemper Auditorium on the 15 th floor of the Commerce Trust Company Building at 922 Walnut Street, Kansas City, MO 64106.

Shareholders and investors may access the live webcast by clicking on the link on the Commerce Bank Investor Relations page: https://www.commercebank.com/about/investor-relations/?ref=megaac. The webcast will be available five minutes prior to the meeting. The presentation will be archived and available for six months following the shareholders meeting.

About Commerce Bancshares, Inc.

Commerce Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: CBSH), is a regional bank holding company with $25.3 billion in assets, as of March 31, 2017. For more than 150 years, Commerce Bank, a subsidiary of Commerce Bancshares, Inc., has been meeting the financial services needs of individuals and businesses. Commerce provides a full range of financial products to consumer and commercial customers, including personal banking, lending, mortgage banking, wealth management, brokerage and capital markets services. Commerce operates in more than 330 locations in the central United States and has a nationwide presence in the commercial payments industry.

For additional information, please visit www.commercebank.com

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