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Company Description (as filed with the SEC)
The Bank of Kentucky Financial Corporation (“BKFC”) is a bank holding company that was incorporated as a Kentucky corporation in 1993 and engaged in no business activities until 1995, when BKFC acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of common stock of The Bank of Kentucky, Inc. (the “Bank”), a bank incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (formerly named The Bank of Boone County, Inc.), and Burnett Federal Savings Bank (“Burnett”), a federal savings bank that was later merged into the Bank. BKFC, through the Bank, is engaged in the banking business in northern Kentucky and Hamilton county, Ohio. Formed in 1990, the Bank provides financial services and other financial solutions through 32 offices located in northern Kentucky, which includes Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties and parts of Grant, Pendleton and Gallatin counties in northern Kentucky, and Hamilton county in Ohio. ... More ...