Bank of Kentucky Expands Into Ohio
(Crestview Hills, Ky.) – The Bank of Kentucky is taking its business across the Ohio River.
The Crestview-based bank opens its first Cincinnati branch on Friday, at East Fourth and Walnut streets downtown.
Bank executives say Greater Cincinnati appears to be fertile ground for expansion, with nearly a quarter of its loans in Ohio.
“We have done business in and around Cincinnati for many years and appreciate our clients across the region. Opening a branch in downtown Cincinnati is an important and historic step for The Bank of Kentucky as we grow and expand, even in these tough economic times,” said Robert W. Zapp, President and CEO of The Bank of Kentucky.
Bank of Kentucky has 33 branches and 56 ATMs in the fast-growing northern Kentucky region. The institution holds $1.64 billion in assets.