Miranda Robertson has joined Independence Bank as an Agriculture Loan Officer, responsible for covering an extensive area in Western Kentucky. Miranda is a graduate of Murray State University where she received both her Bachelor and Masters of Science in Agriculture. She also attended Midwest Agriculture Banking School at Purdue University and Farm Credit University in Columbia, South Carolina.
She has nearly 10 years of experience in the banking industry. Throughout her career, Miranda has been involved with various organizations that serve the community, as well as her background in agriculture. Miranda is excited about reinvesting her time and energy back into a leadership role where she can make an impact. Welcome to the family Miranda!
Independence Bank is a regional community bank with 25 locations in Calloway, Daviess, Franklin, Graves, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Jefferson, McCracken, McLean, Warren and Webster counties. One of the fastest growing banks in Kentucky and fifth largest, Independence Bank possesses the size and experience to serve the largest and most complex clients and offers trust and investment services and agricultural services. As a banking revolution for the people, by the people, central to Independence Bank’s mission is doing what is right and fair for customers, communities and employees. Independence Bank has been recognized as a Top Performing Bank and Best Bank to Work For by the American Bankers Association, a Best Place to Work in Kentucky and has assets totaling $2.6 billion.