We want to inform you of all the new things taking place within our bank, as well as within the communities we serve. Check often for updates!
Linda Helm, VP Mortgage Lender Makes Move to Woodford County Region
Kentucky Bank would like to announce that Linda Helm, VP Mortgage Lender, will be relocating to Versailles from the bank’s Lexington office. She brings with her over 25 years of experience in helping customers successfully purchase new homes.
Kentucky Bank Strengthens Lexington Mortgage Team With LeMaster
News Release Kentucky Bank April 11, 2018 As the real estate market in central Kentucky heats up, Kentucky Bank responds by adding Chris LeMaster to their Fayette County Mortgage lending team. His office will be located in downtown Lexington at 360 E. Vine Street. LeMaster has been with Kentucky Bank for 14 years and has a … Continue reading Kentucky Bank Strengthens Lexington Mortgage Team With LeMaster
Kentucky Bank Supports Mentoring at William Wells Brown Elementary
March 16, 2018 CONTACT: Andrea Ooten, President & CEO Phone: 859-231-8181 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.bbbs-bluegrass.org Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass (BBBS) announced today that Kentucky Bank has supported their William Wells Brown Elementary School Plus Mentoring program with a donation of $10,000. This gift will help support the School Plus program that began … Continue reading Kentucky Bank Supports Mentoring at William Wells Brown Elementary
Kentucky Bank Parent Company Announces Dividend
March 7, 2018 Press Release Kentucky Bank Contact: Brenda Bragonier email@example.com Paris, Kentucky – Kentucky Bancshares, Inc., parent holding company for Kentucky Bank, announced today a 6.9% increase in the quarterly dividend to shareholders. The payout will be 31 cents per share, up from 29 cents for the previous quarter. This payment will be made … Continue reading Kentucky Bank Parent Company Announces Dividend
Six Kentucky banks launch $150 million infrastructure fund to advance public-private partnerships
Six Kentucky-based banks have joined forces to launch a $150 million infrastructure fund to support public-private partnership projects, in which state and local governments can partner with private companies to finance and build large projects that might otherwise not be possible. A press release Tuesday announced the creation of the Commonwealth Infrastructure Fund, led by … Continue reading Six Kentucky banks launch $150 million infrastructure fund to advance public-private partnerships