· 1960s – Implementation of automated checking, savings, installment and commercial accounts. Trust powers granted by regulators.
· 1970s – Construction began on headquarters building. The first Telly/ATM in the region was installed at the headquarters building. Visa and MasterCards were introduced. Duane Fager was named President and Emery Fager Chairman of the Board.
· 1980s – The bank introduced extended banking hours in the evening, telephone billpayer, debit cards and 24-hour online ATMs. Commerce Bank & Trust opened grocery store branches that were the first in the region offering weekend hours and extended banking hours until 7 p.m.
· 1990s – The bank began expansion efforts and established a branch presence outside the Topeka area in Emporia, Kansas. The bank was named "Best Bank in Kansas" by Money Magazine.
· 2000s – In 2007 with more than 24 locations, Commerce announces major expansion plans allowing movement into new territories to the east and west. The expansion efforts required a new brand and CoreFirst Bank & Trust was introduced which allowed the bank to grow to over 25 locations in Kansas and Colorado.