Field & Main Welcomes Finch as Mortgage Loan Officer

Braeden Finch

LEXINGTON, KY- Braeden Finch (NMLS #1853305) joins Field & Main Bank’s lending team as Mortgage Loan Officer. He brings 6 years of banking experience to the position in the area of mortgage lending. In this role, Finch will develop relationships with potential home buyers and the real estate community in the Lexington area. He will […]

Field & Main Announces Promotions of Bryant & Payne

Andrea Payne and Jessica Bryant

Field & Main Bank is proud to announce the promotions of Jessica Bryant and Andrea Payne to the rank of Senior Vice President. Jessica Bryant has served the Field & Main Bank organization for 15 years in roles on our Retail and Human Resources teams. Most recently, she served as Director of Human Resources & […]

Let’s Celebrate Juneteenth

Celebrating Juneteenth

Written by: Dr. Michelle Chappell What is Juneteenth? On January 1, 1863, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation that stated that all enslaved people in the Confederate states would be set free. The Emancipation Proclamation stated slaves were no longer property and should be paid as hired labor. Unfortunately, it took more than two years […]

Fuller Celebrates Service Anniversary

Kyle Fuller

Kyle Fuller began his career with Field & Main Bank (formerly the Bank of Henderson) as a college intern. During his internship, he worked as a Relationship Banker and then transitioned to the credit analysis and lending team. He gained valuable skills that, after graduation from Western Kentucky University, helped him secure a full-time position […]

Field & Main Bank, HCHS Partner to Help Students Understand Basic Finances

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Local students are getting a free education on how to manage their money. Field & Main Bank is working with Banzai, a national award-winning financial literacy program, to make the curriculum available to Henderson County High School students completely free. “Banzai is a web-based financial literacy program. Kids get their own accounts, and they work […]

Riding It Out: Strategies to help survive the ups and downs of the market

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While visiting an amusement park this summer may not be possible for everyone, the stock market has provided a number of exhilarating rides to make up for it. Following are some tips for holding on. Keep a big-picture perspective. While past performance doesn’t guarantee future results, history may provide some comfort during turbulent market times. […]

IRA 101: Know the Facts

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Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are one of the most common assets people rely on to save and invest for retirement. In fact, more than a third of households in America own an IRA. If you’re thinking of opening an IRA for the first time, it’s a good idea to review the rules. Even if you […]

What Is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor and Why Do You Need One?

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Selecting a financial advisor is an important decision. You want to look for a person who has the experience and expertise to assist you in developing and executing a plan to help reach your financial goals. Your advisor should assist in making the complicated, understandable. They should help you navigate through the ever-changing rules, regulations […]