The combined Hancock and Whitney banks will mark an operational milestone March 16, when Gulfport-based Hancock Holding Co. begins changing all Hancock Bank signs in Louisiana and Texas into Whitney Bank signs and Whitney signs in Mississippi, Alabama and Florida into Hancock signs.
The two former regional banking competitors, which completed their merger in June, will convert to a uniform computer system on March as well. The conversion allows customers who started with either bank to visit any Whitney or former Hancock branch for services.
Here are more details on the operational conversion.
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