United Missouri Bancshares Inc. was so fed up with protests about its Community Reinvestment Act record, the $7 billion-asset company spent a whopping $250,000 on a loan tracking and mapping system to prove its critics wrong.

The system, developed with several software companies, is one of the most elaborate and expensive in an industry that has been forced to plot loans on maps by regulators looking for evidence of redlining.

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