Heartbleed Internet Bug
Farmers Bank is aware of the “Heartbleed” internet bug that has been widely reported in the media. Protecting your confidential information is one of our top priorities. Please rest assured that we are addressing this issue, and if any vulnerabilities are discovered, that we will let you know and they will be dealt with as quickly as possible. We can confirm that our Online Banking system has not been affected by the Heartbleed bug. Your Online Banking information is and has been secure. Your Online Banking username and password have not been compromised. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us. Further updates will be posted on our website as appropriate.
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Trust Services

Farmers Bank Trust and Investment Services traces its roots back to 1905 when Farmers Bank acquired The Capital Trust Company. Farmers Bank is proud to serve as the corporate fiduciary for our sister bank: United Bank.
Personal Trust Services

Our Trust Department offers estate planning and a wide range of trust options. A trust is simply a means to transfer and protect your wealth according to your goals. Farmers Bank has been administering trusts for over 100 years and has experienced professionals who work hard to understand your situation and meet your needs. We can work with you to handle all of your trust needs. Examples of trusts we work with daily include:

• Living Trusts
• Managed Investment Accounts

• Testamentary Trusts

• Estate Administration

• Custody Accounts

• Charitable Trusts

• Special Needs Trusts

• Like-Kind Exchanges

For more information on all of your trust or investment needs, call us at (502) 227-1611 or toll free at (888) 416-1611.

Assets of Farmers Bank’s Trust and Investment Services are not: 1) deposits or other obligations of, nor are they guaranteed by Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co., or any of the affiliates of Farmers Capital Bank Corporation; 2) are not insured by the FDIC, any agency, Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co., or any of the affiliates of Farmers Capital Bank Corporation and 3) are subject to investment risk including loss in value.