About Us

United Bank is committed to going above and beyond for our customers and our communities. We pride ourselves on offering great service with a focus on each customer. We offer a variety of financial services that can be customized to meet all of your family and business financial needs. We build relationships with our customers, just like we build relationships with the seven communities we serve. United Bank was first chartered in 1880 to serve the communities of Woodford County, Kentucky. In 2008, United Bank merged with two of our affiliated banks, Farmers Bank and Trust Company in Georgetown, founded in 1850, and Citizens Bank of Jessamine County, founded in 1996. While we can trace our roots back 160 years, we have continued to grow and evolve to meet today’s financial challenges and changing customer needs. United Bank is an FDIC member bank.

If you are requesting a donation from United Bank for your nonprofit organization, please find the link to the Community Investment Request Form under Resources above.

United Bank is part of the Kentucky owned and operated bank holding company, Farmers Capital Bank Corporation which is headquartered in Frankfort. Farmers Capital Bank Corporation operates 34 banking locations in 21 communities throughout Central and Northern Kentucky, a data processing company, and an insurance company. Its stock is publicly traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market LLC exchange in the Global Select Market tier under the symbol: FFKT 

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about United Bank. Please stop by any of our 13 convenient locations to talk to us in person. We hope to see you soon.

United Bank is part of the Farmers Capital Bank Corporation, a bank holding company based in Frankfort, KY. Other affiliate banks of the Corporation are:

Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co.: Frankfort - Lawrenceburg - Harrodsburg

First Citizens Bank: Elizabethtown - Shepherdsville - Radcliff - Mt. Washington 

Citizens Bank of Northern Kentucky: Newport - Bellevue - Alexandria - Highland Heights - Fort Thomas - Crestview Hills – Florence