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Republic Bank opens in Crestwood

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By The Staff

Republic Bank & Trust Company recently opened its 40th full-service banking center at 6401 Claymont Crossing in Crestwood.“We see the opening of our new banking center as a means of extending friendly, local banking to Crestwood and the surrounding Oldham County area,” said Scott Trager, Republic Bank president.Republic Bank will be open six days a week and employ a full complement of banking officers, including Melissa Lyons, vice president and business development officer; Kenny Moyer, banking center supervisor; Cat Wheeler, customer service representative; and Rhian Smith, customer service representative.The Crestwood banking center has about 3,500 square feet, three drive-up lanes plus a drive-up ATM lane and self-service safe deposit boxes.Republic Bank offers a full range of checking and savings products, including BreakFree Checking with no minimum balance and no ATM fees anywhere. In addition, Republic originates a wide range of home mortgage loan products with closing costs of only $599, as well as home equity lines of credit, debt consolidation and other consumer loans.Republic Bank also offers a full line of commercial checking and loan products including free business checking, business online banking, lock box processing, sweep accounts, lines of credit, commercial real estate loans with $999 closing costs, accounts receivable and inventory financing, equipment loans and leasing.“Our decisions to open this new banking center is part of a commitment to our clients to respond to their needs. We are 100% focused on satisfying our clients with the best financial services in the area. As the largest Kentucky community bank, we proudly say – we are here for you yesterday, we are here for you today and we’ll be here for you tomorrow,” Republic Bank Chairman and CEO Steve Trager said.“We are excited about opening a new full service banking center in Crestwood,” Lyons said. “My team and I look forward to becoming a valuable resource for the area businesses and residents.”