Posts Tagged ‘Carl Chaney’

Hancock Holding sees quarterly profit tumble

GULFPORT — Hancock Holding Co. said profit in 2013’s fourth quarter fell 26 percent as it spent $17.1 million to improve efficiency. Hancock, which operates Hancock Bank in Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, and Whitney Bank in Louisiana and Texas, posted quarterly profit yesterday of $34.7 million, or 41 cents per share. That’s down from $47 […] [...]

MEC elects officers

Tommy Dulaney, president and CEO of Structural Steel Services Inc., has been elected as the 2011-2012 Mississippi Economic Council chair. Jerry Host, president and CEO of Trustmark, was elected to serve as the 2012-13 MEC chair. Haley Fisackerly, president and CEO of Entergy Mississippi, was chosen as the 2013-14 MEC chair. Carl Chaney, president and […] [...]

FROM BEAUTIFUL BOVINA TO BIG BANKING

by Published: January 23,2011

Tags: Carl Chaney, Hancock Bank, Hancock Holding Co., Leo Seal

Despite being the top executive of one of Mississippi’s oldest and most successful financial institutions, Carl Chaney never forgets where he came from and the people who helped him along the way. Now the president and CEO of Hancock Holding Co. and Hancock Bank, the upbeat Chaney grew up on a cattle ranch in Bovina, […] [...]

Hancock ceding La., Texas operations to Whitney in proposed merger plan

by Published: January 2,2011

Tags: Carl Chaney, Hancock Bank, Whitney

Each bank will maintain its brand in core markets Gulfport is unlikely to see job losses with Hancock Bank’s acquisition of regional competitor Whitney National Bank, though consolidation of back office operations in Louisiana is expected to bring layoffs of some Whitney workers. Hancock president and CEO Carl Chaney said Hancock will maintain its corporate […] [...]

Whitney’s disposal of sour loans added to its appeal to Hancock

by Published: January 2,2011

Tags: Carl Chaney, Hancock, Whitney National Bank

Hancock touts acquisition as earnings booster for shareholders. After more than 100 years of talking about merging with New Orleans neighbor Whitney National Bank, Gulfport’s Hancock Bank decided late 2010 might be the best time ever to strike a deal with the Louisiana institution. “The timing was impeccable,” Hancock president and CEO Carl Chaney said a […] [...]

Hancock shifting HQ to N.O. with Whitney merger

BY: Greg LaRose, Editor, City Business Hancock Bank will move its headquarters from Gulfport to New Orleans under Hancock’s merger acquisition of regional competitor Whitney National Bank in a $1.5 billion stock-for-stock transaction announced Wednesday. Hancock CEO Carl Chaney said that although the headquarters of the combined companies will be located in New Orleans, much […] [...]

MEC elects new board officers

Jack Reed Jr., mayor of Tupelo, has been elected as the 2010-2011 chair of the Mississippi Economic Council – The State Chamber of Commerce. Reed, a Tupelo native, was elected mayor in 2009. He is also president of R.W. Reed Company, the parent company of Reed’s Department Store. His father, Jack Reed Sr., served as […] [...]

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