In 1902 two banks formed in Mount Sterling, Kentucky. These banks merged in 1988, and today serve Central and Eastern Kentucky as Traditional Bank. Still a closely held bank of approximately 90 shareholders, Traditional Bank now has more than $1 billion in assets and 13 banking centers in five Kentucky counties. We’re proud of our community banking heritage, and proud to continue the tradition of providing exceptional service to the people and businesses in the cities and towns we call home.
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