On Thursday, signs at both Cadiz locations were changed, and the transfer took place seamlessly over the weekend, and almost everyone is coping well with the change, said Penny Jones of FNB Bank.
“We were here until 9:30 Friday night, and everything conversion wise was done before we came in Monday morning,” Jones said.
Although there have been some hiccups during the conversion, the banks’ customer service workers have been taking care of those problems, and the transition was mostly seamless, said Jones.
The two Integra Bank locations in Cadiz were bought in May by FNB Bank of Mayfield, said Ben Cundiff, who is the chairman of the board of the Jackson Financial Corporation of Mayfield, which owns FNB Bank, Inc.
When the acquisition was announced, Cundiff said that the buyer was excited about its acquisition of the former Trigg County Farmers Bank operations.
Marty Nichols, chief executive officer for FNB, said FNB is excited about the opportunity to expand their operations in western Kentucky.
The change back to a local operation came 12 years after Trigg County Farmers Bank was sold to National City Bank in 1998. National City Bank was later renamed Integra Bank.
A third Integra Bank location in Mayfield was bought by FNB at the same time in May and its holdings were also transferred.