Our Bank

Since 1912, we've built our bank on the belief that each and every customer is important. And because of our personal approach to banking, today we offer a combination of technology, convenience and service you won't find anywhere else.

Our history is the story of people- people with roots deep in the history of their community and with a strong feeling of responsibility towards its growth and success. Their knowledge and experience have contributed to what is one of the most stable banks in the Commonwealth of Kentucky still today. We have endured and progressed with the changing times and have responded to various economic and banking policies, ever mindful of the welfare of the community, employees and customers we serve.

Many things have changed in the banking industry over a century, but our bank has never wavered from our guiding principles - give people the type of bank that they want and need. Peoples Exchange Bank is more than just a great bank. It's a true community bank.


Mission Statement

Peoples Exchange Bank is a relationship-driven community bank helping our customers, employees, shareholders, and the local communities we serve achieve financial success.  Our mission is to:

  • Deliver prompt and personalized services to both businesses and individuals.
  • Continually improve bank performance while delivering shareholder value.
  • Be a financial leader and trusted brand by providing professional knowledge and innovative solutions.
 

Vision Statement

Our vision is to remain an independent, progressive, well-capitalized financial institution serving customers in our communities.
 

Guiding Principles

The guiding principles are our core values, which drive Peoples Exchange Bank's culture and success in serving our customers.
  • Integrity
  • Profit
  • Respect
  • Relevance
  • Humility
  • Service-driven
  • Community loyalty/involvement 
Charles Beach
Peoples Exchange Bank began on September 3, 1912. Pictured here is Charles Beach, Senior who served the bank from the date it opened until 1966.