What's New Kentucky: Jarred Paull with Traditional Bank


Traditional Bank is excited to welcome Jarred Paull as a commercial loan officer at its Palomar Banking Center on Harrodsburg Road in Lexington. Paull received a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Kentucky and brings with him 13 years of banking experience.
“I love working in community banking, where decisions are made locally without having to navigate a corporate maze,” Paull said.

“When a client puts their trust in me, I take it heart.”

Paull joins an experienced team of commercial lenders who serve the bank’s Fayette, Bourbon, Clark, Menifee and Montgomery County markets – and beyond.  Whether a business is just getting off the ground, or is an established firm preparing for the “next big thing,” Traditional Bank provides custom solutions to help them grow.
Traditional Bank is not new to business banking. Their history began in 1902 when two banks were formed in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.  The two banks merged in 1988 and that new bank would ultimately become Traditional Bank.  Since that merger all of the bank’s growth has been organic with assets increasing from $117 million in 1988 to approximately $1.3 billion today.