Private Banking

For more information on
Private Banking Loan Services, please contact the
Private Banking Group:

Louisville / Southern Indiana
(502) 625-2522

(317) 238-2800

(513) 824-6100

Email us at:

Our Call Center can be reached at:
(502) 582-2571 or (800) 625-9066

Personal Financial Statement

Private Banking at Stock Yards Bank & Trust was created to serve the busy professional.  We are dedicated to providing you with the extra level of banking service your financial standing deserves.  Our experienced professionals will be your connection to an extensive range of financial products:

Loan Services
Whether you’re a professional, an entrepreneur or an investor, your Stock Yards Bank Private Banker will help you choose which loan is right for you.  We offer the following types of loans:

  • Private Banking Equity Lines
  • Mortgage Loans
  • Customized Credit for any personal needs

Checking Accounts & Cash Management
From checking accounts, such as our popular Platinum Checking Account, to Treasury Management Services, such as our corporate Sweep Accounts, your Private Banker will advise you on services tailored to meet your unique situation.

Medical Banking & Professional Practice Services
We will evaluate the goals of your medical, dental, legal or accounting practice and find the banking services that are best suited to help you achieve those goals.  Our specialties include acquisition financing, working capital loans, equipment financing/leasing and real estate financing.

Investment Services*
We can put you in touch with Wealth Management professionals who will help with tax and estate planning, maximizing your investment portfolio and setting up a retirement plan that will help you realize your financial aspirations.  In addition, we offer brokerage services through Raymond James Financial Services*

* Securities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC, an independent broker/dealer, and are not insured by bank insurance, the FDIC or any other government agency, are not deposits or obligations of the bank, are not guaranteed by the bank, and are subject to risks, including the possible loss of principal.

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