Paducah Bank Welcomes Terry Bradley

Paducah Bank has announced the addition of Terry Bradley, CTP as Treasury Management Officer. Terry’s 31-year career as a banking professional has included experience in retail operations, trust, accounting and investment banking, deposit operations, treasury management operations, and regional treasury management sales. Most recently, Terry was responsible for serving the Treasury Management needs of commercial real estate customers within his nine-state territory. He earned the CTP (Certified Treasury Professional) designation in 2008.

terry bradley color for webTerry will directly partner with Paducah Bank Commercial and Wealth Management managers to provide comprehensive business customer services. “Paducah Bank is building for the future and enhancing the expertise of our team,” said Mardie Herndon, President of Paducah Bank. “Terry is well regarded within the market. His professionalism, precision, and passion will further enhance our ability to expand and enhance our relationships with businesses in our community and across the region. We are thrilled to have him with us!”

Terry is a native of western Kentucky, is an active member and the current Past President of the Graves County Economic Development (GCED) board, and has numerous years of experience working with the Graves County Chamber of Commerce.

“At Paducah Bank, our commitment to commercial businesses guides all we do in the delivery of Treasury Management services,” Terry says. “Our product offering follows the entire cash flow cycle of receivables, payables, information reporting, risk mitigation and investments. Our team spends time with our customers to ensure we have a full understanding of their needs and then customizes a plan of solutions that brings efficiency and protection. I am truly looking forward to working with all my new clients at Paducah Bank. I have always been impressed with the reputation and respect this bank enjoys, and am excited to be a part of this very special team of bankers and financial professionals.”