Kentucky First Federal Bancorp

655 Main St
Hazard, KY, 41701-1354  United States
(502) 223-1638
Company Type: Corporation Subsidiary

Kentucky First Federal wants to be second to none for banking in the Bluegrass State. Formed in 2005 to be the holding company for First Federal Savings and Loan of Hazard and First Federal Savings Bank of Frankfort, which operate three branches in the state's capital and one in the town of Hazard. The banks offer traditional deposit products, such as checking and savings accounts, NOW and money market accounts, and CDs. Lending is focused on residential mortgages, but the banks also offer loans secured by churches and commercial real estate, as well as consumer and construction loans. Kentucky First Federal, which has received final regulatory approval, is merging with CKF Bancorp.

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  •  EMPLOYEES (All Sites) 73
  • ASSETS (MIL USD) 331
  •  SALES (MIL USD) 9.68
  • TICKER SYMBOL KFFB
  • Incorporated 2005
  • MARKET VALUE (MIL USD) 65
  • SALES GROWTH % -7.05%
  • EMPLOYEE GROWTH % -8.57%
  • NET INCOME GROWTH -38.62%

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  • Don D Jennings
    President and Chief Executive Officer
  • TONY D WHITAKER
    Chairman of the Board
  • R CLAY HULETTE
    Vice President and Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
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