First Financial Bank announced the opening of the new First Financial Community at Sixth and Madison in downtown Covington, which serves as the bank’s headquarters in Northern Kentucky and offers a wide range of banking advisory services and ‘meeting spaces.
“Sixth and Madison is an ideal space for entrepreneurs looking to develop new business ideas that will pay dividends in Covington and northern Kentucky,” said Archie Brown, President and CEO of First Financial Bank. “We are excited to present an innovative and collaborative space that provides access to services and expertise to help our clients and our communities thrive. “
Located at 601 Madison Avenue, the new center features state-of-the-art design that preserves the building’s historic character and storefront. It includes several meeting areas, with audiovisual capabilities, whiteboards and other technological tools in spaces open to the public.
The second floor has a large meeting and event space that can accommodate approximately 75 people, open free to community and civic organizations and non-profit groups. Guests can enjoy free coffee and Wi-Fi in comfortable seating and meeting areas. The space also offers a fully equipped catering kitchen to host events to facilitate meetings.
“First Financial already has a strong track record of contributing to the revitalization of Northern Kentucky, and with the welcoming spaces and technology of Sixth and Madison, we are intentionally focusing on building a hub for even more news. ideas, innovation and growth, ”said Jacob Holbrook, president of the Northern Kentucky Commercial Market for First Financial Bank.
Sixth and Madison offers multiple banking and advisory services to clients in one place. Central bankers will provide business and small business banking, wealth management and other financial services. A concierge in direct contact with customers is available for advice on products and services.
The space is also equipped with two interactive automated teller machines (ITMs) available for extended hours, giving customers the ability to speak with bankers via video and complete most transactions.
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