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Thursday, January 17, 2019

Signage Changed at Fort Thomas Location: United Bank to Become WesBanco

United Bank, formerly Citizens Bank of Northern Kentucky, will now become WesBanco.

Signage on its locations, including at 34 N. Fort Thomas Avenue, has been changed and temporarily covered with United Bank signage until the data transfer is complete.

In April of 2018 a merger was announced between United Bank's parent company, Farmers Capital Bank Corporation out of Frankfort, and WesBanco, a multi-state, bank holding company with total assets of approximately $10.9 billion.

Former branches of United Bank will continue to operate under the United Bank name until the data conversion, when they will be transitioned to WesBanco Bank in conjunction with the data processing and signage conversion.  Subsequent to the conversion date, United Bank customers will continue to conduct their regular banking transactions at United Bank's former banking locations.

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According to a release, WesBanco's merger with Farmers significantly expands WesBanco's existing franchise within Kentucky and bridges the gap between its existing Southern Indiana/Kentucky and Southeast Ohio/Huntington, West Virginia markets.

Prior to the merger with WesBanco, Farmers operated 34 branches across Kentucky.

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