By Rachel Nix, Building Kentucky
Stock Yards Bank & Trust has hired Alicia Jordan, a seasoned Lexington-region banker, to manage its central and eastern Kentucky private banking division.
Jordan has more than 30 years of financial services experience, overseeing a broad range of banking solutions for individuals and families.
Her addition to the team comes at a time when Stock Yards Bank is expanding its presence throughout central and eastern Kentucky following the merger with Paris-based Kentucky Bank earlier this year.
“Alicia has worked hard for over 25 years to provide her clients in the Lexington area expert banking and financial advice,” said Louis Prichard, Stock Yards Bank & Trust’s central and eastern Kentucky Market President. “Her dedication to the financial success of her clients and her commitment to outstanding service aligns perfectly with Stock Yards Bank & Trust’s century-long commitment to earning the trust of our clients by building strong relationships and creating deep roots in the communities we serve.”
Private banking for central and eastern Kentucky
Stock Yards Bank’s private banking group exists to serve the specialized needs of high-net worth clients and their families. The team of banking professionals is focused on customized lending and deposit solutions for each client’s unique financial situation, including medical and dental practice acquisition, buy-in, start-up and equipment loans; home mortgage, construction and renovation loans; various lines of credit; and a range of specialized loans.
“For more than 100 years, Stock Yards Bank has been a trusted, dedicated and resilient community bank,” said Senior Vice President and Private Banking Division Manager Alicia Jordan. “I look forward to continuing to serve its clients and providing them with that same high-level of service to ensure they can grow their business, purchase a home, save for retirement and build ever brighter futures for their families.”
About Alicia Jordan
Jordan resides in Lexington, Kentucky and holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and finance from the University of Kentucky.
She is also a graduate of the Cannon Financial Institute and of the Kentucky Bankers’ Association (KBA) General Banking School, where she served as class representative to the KBA Board of Directors.
Jordan has worked in banking in the Lexington area since 1990.