Two banks Traders National Bank and Montgomery National Bank formed in Mt. Sterling 30 days of one another.
Two banks, Traders National Bank and Montgomery National Bank, formed in Mt. Sterling to become Traditional Bank.
Traditional Bank opens two locations in Lexington and one in the Winchester market.
Traditional Bank now has 13 branches, located in 5 counties and has grown to over $1.4 billion in assets.
Traditional Bank opens second location in Paris and first in Frankfort market, growing to 15 branches in six counties.
Traditional Bank opens second location in downtown Winchester.
Traditional Bank opens a new Loan Production Office in Louisville. This is the first location in Jefferson County and expands our service area to seven Kentucky counties.
Traditional Bank celebrates its 120th anniversary!
Traditional Bank expands its Louisville Loan Production Office to include a new mortgage lending team.
Traditional Bank opens its first banking center in Shelby County. In addition to personal deposit, commercial cash management and business lending services, this location also includes a full-service in-house residential mortgage team.
Traditional Bank opens a drive up location in Shelbyville.
Traditional Bank converts its Louisville Loan Production Office into a full service banking center