Welcome to a great bank. 

We're MainSource Bank. We're strong. We're stable. And most importantly, we're absolutely committed to being the kind of bank our customers want us to be. That's why we're so excited to welcome you to our family. 

Recently, MainSource purchased First Capital Bank of Kentucky. We are excited that your banking relationship is included in this purchase. As a result of the purchase, we will be transitioning your accounts into MainSource Bank. You will become a member of the MainSource family at the close of business on Friday, June 23, 2017. You can be sure we will work hard to earn your business and your trust every day. That's a promise. 

At MainSource, we think our customers deserve to have a truly great bank on their side with friendly faces to help make their lives better. 

In our Welcome Guide, you'll see how your existing First Capital Bank of Kentucky accounts will be matched to your new MainSource accounts, in addition to other important information. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 800-713-6083 or stop in to your local MainSource branch. We'd be happy to speak with you. 


Archie Brown, Jr.

Archie Brown, Jr.
President and CEO
MainSource Financial Group


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