Kentucky Bank Announces Fayette County Employees
Kentucky Bank, recently announced they have regulatory approval to expand into Fayette County...more
The office in Lexington, located at 360 E. Vine Street, suite 100 will be open May 20th. Kentucky Bank has chosen some of the most well regarded, experienced individuals to support its new venture. Kentucky Bank is known for being a very strong community bank with high customer service standards.
Jim Elliott, a Lexington native, has been named Fayette Market President. Jim has 40 years of experience in financial services. Jim is also director of the bank’s Wealth Management and Trust Division. “His experience and broad financial background make him an outstanding choice to lead Kentucky Bank’s newest market “added Louis Prichard, President, Kentucky Bank.
Jeff Rowland has been a commercial and consumer lender for 25 years. When approached with the vision of helping Kentucky Bank develop business in Fayette County, he quickly agreed to come on board as vice president and private banker. He will be meeting with people who need loans for commercial projects and helping them develop a structure that works for them, as well as advising them on personal financial needs. Rowland understands that delivery and customer service are the keys to success. Born and raised in Lexington, he loves the city he calls home.
Glenda Featherston, Banking Officer, will be managing the day to day activities of the office in Lexington. Her previous financial experience encompassed assisting clients and bankers creating a seamless process. Glenda has worked with customers in the financial industry for 14 years. Glenda was eager to begin working with Kentucky Bank because of the banks culture and emphasis on service.
Amber Reynolds, Retail Banker, has been with Kentucky Bank for 11 years. In her position she will be assisting customers with new accounts and personal credit. Prior to joining the Lexington office, Amber worked in the bank’s Versailles office.
Angie Clem, Head Teller, has worked with the Kentucky Bank for 14 years. Trish Marcus, Teller, has been with Kentucky Bank for 3 years. Both Angie and Trish have worked in Kentucky Bank’s Winchester operations.
Kentucky Bank is a community bank, with offices in Cynthiana, Georgetown, Lexington, Morehead, Nicholasville, Sandy Hook, Versailles, Wilmore and Winchester. The bank is proud to have been named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky.
Nyberg to stay as Director of Portfolio Management
Mr. Clark Nyberg, recently retired as the Director of Wealth Management for Kentucky Bank, is remaining with the bank as Director of Portfolio Management for the Trust Department...more
Mr. Nyberg has over 30 years of experience in asset management and he will be overseeing the investment decisions for trust and agency accounts within the department. Mr. Nyberg has long established relationships with Northern Trust and Main Street Advisors, both out of Chicago. These firms provide an excellent source of research and advice on a daily basis. “With Northern Trust and Main Street Advisors on our team, we can compete with anyone, anywhere, anytime”, noted Mr. Nyberg. “I will put Kentucky Bank’s performance capabilities up against anyone.”
Kentucky Bank offers Wealth Management services in all nine Kentucky Counties that it calls home, Bourbon, Clark, Elliott, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Rowan, Scott and Woodford. The bank is a 2013 winner in the Best Places to Work in Kentucky. The trading symbol is KTYB.
Kentucky Bank Announces Planned Expansion into Lexington
Kentucky Bank, a subsidiary of Kentucky Bancshares, Inc.(KTYB), has announced plans to expand its presence in the Central Kentucky market with the opening of a new branch office in downtown Lexington, Kentucky...more
The new office will be located at 360 East Vine Street Suite 100 in Lexington. The new Lexington branch, which has received regulatory approval, is anticipated to open by May 2013.
This will allow Kentucky Bank, which has a strong tradition in the counties surrounding Lexington, as well as existing customers in Fayette County, to establish a presence in the city. Louis Prichard, President and CEO of Kentucky Bank, said, “We will build on our existing foundation to create a high-performing community bank, one that is based on relationship banking in the best sense of the term.”
“Kentucky Bank is a strong, well-capitalized community bank with a deep tradition of providing innovative financial products and great customer service,” Prichard said. “We are excited about the opportunities our growth in Fayette County will bring and look forward to establishing strong relationships with new customers, business partners and community leaders in Lexington.”
Kentucky Bank offers wealth management and brokerage services in addition to retail and commercial banking. The company was named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky in both 2012 and 2013.
Kentucky Bank, headquartered in Paris, Kentucky, is a locally owned and publicly traded financial institution, with 13 branches located in nine Kentucky communities. Kentucky Bank ranks 16th in size among the 174 banks headquartered in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The bank offers a full line of services including retail, business and wealth management products. Kentucky Bank has offices located in Cynthiana, Georgetown, Morehead, Nicholasville, Sandy Hook, Versailles, Wilmore, Winchester, and Paris. Kentucky Bank and its tributaries have been a part of Kentuckians' financial solutions since 1851, and enjoy a long history as a strong, stable community bank.
KY Bank named one of the Best Places to Work in KY 2013
Kentucky Bank was recently named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky. This is the second year in a row that Kentucky Bank has been given this honor...more
The Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM), in conjunction with the... Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, announced the winners in the Ninth Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky competition. The winner rankings will be announced at an awards dinner Tuesday, April 16, 2013, at the Lexington Convention Center. To see a list of all winners, click: http://kychamber.com/best-places-work-kentucky-2013
A look back on 2012
Kentucky Bank launches Mobile Banking with Flash Mob...more
As we take a look back on 2012, we would like to thank Town & Village School of Dance for helping us with something we’d never attempted before—a Kentucky Bank Flash Mob! In October, a group of our employees, family, friends, and Town & Vil...lage students took center stage (or street) in Georgetown during the Festival of the Horse to spread the word about Kentucky Bank’s Mobile Banking. It was a fun way for us to launch Mobile Banking, and an experience we won’t soon forget. Did any of you happen to catch our performance that day? Don’t worry, if you didn’t, you can watch the video here: http://youtu.be/BqwzVwDIH6A
FLHB Board Re-elects Vice Chair, Proc Caudill
The Federal Home Loan Bank announced at its November meeting, the FHLBank Board of Directors re-elected B. Proctor Caudill Jr. to serve as Vice Chair. His term begins January 1, 2013...more
Mr. Caudill is a Director of Kentucky Bank in Paris, Kentucky, and is former Chairman, President and CEO of Peoples Bank, Morehead and Sandy Hook, Kentucky. He is a past President of the Kentucky Bankers Association and has also served as Chairman of the Morehead State University Foundation board of trustees. Mr. Caudill has served on the local hospital and several other community boards of directors.
Mr. Caudill won elections to the Board to terms beginning in 2004, 2007 and 2010, and first served as Vice Chairman beginning in 2009. He serves on the Board's Personnel Committee, and is a representative of our FHLBank to the Council of Federal Home Loan Banks.
Kentucky Bank has thirteen offices in eight counties in Kentucky, including Bourbon, Clark, Elliott, Harrison, Jessamine, Rowan, Scott, Woodford. Kentucky Bank has also been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky.
Kentucky Bank Goes Mobile!
Kentucky Bank MOBILE is now available...more
Mobile Banking offers three different options: Mobile App, Mobile Browser or Text Messaging. Choose which option works best for your mobile device. If you choose the Mobile App, you can download the a...pp through the App Store or Google Play or by signing up through your online banking account. Follow the instructions to register your phone. If you choose Mobile Browser or Text Messaging you must sign up through your online banking account. Please review the FAQs
for more detailed information and to familiarize yourself with Mobile Banking.