Historical Points of Interest
IBERIABANK announced the signing of a definitive agreement for IBERIABANK will acquire certain assets and assume certain liabilities associated with the Memphis, Tennessee, operations of Trust One Bank, a division of Synovus Bank.
IBERIABANK announced the completion of the acquisition of Fort Myers, Florida-based Florida Gulf Bancorp, Inc. ("Florida Gulf") and its subsidiary bank, Florida Gulf Bank.
IBERIABANK announced the signing of a definitive agreement for IBERIABANK to acquire Florida Gulf. The transaction has been approved by the Board of Directors of each company and is expected to close in the third quarter of 2012.
IBERIABANK celebrates 125 years of excellence.
IBERIABANK announced the completion of the purchase of certain assets of Florida Trust Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Florida Corporation. The Florida Trust Company clients and associates are now part of IBERIA Wealth Advisors, the trust and asset management division of IBERIABANK.
IBERIABANK announced the completion of the acquisitions of OMNI BANCSHARES, Inc. ("OMNI"), the holding company of Metairie, Louisiana-based OMNI BANK and Cameron Bancshares, Inc. ("Cameron"), the holding company of Lake Charles, Louisiana-based Cameron State Bank.
IBERIABANK announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Cameron State Bank, which adds 22 bank branch offices in the Lake Charles area which includes Calcasieu, Cameron and Allen Parishes.
IBERIABANK announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire OMNI BANK, which adds 14 bank branch offices in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge markets, including Jefferson, Saint John the Baptist, Orleans, East Baton Rouge and Saint Tammany Parishes.
IBERIABANK announced the signing of a definitive agreement with the Bank of Florida for IBERIABANK to purchase certain assets of the Florida Trust Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Florida Corporation. The Florida Trust Company team will join IBERIA Wealth Advisors, the trust and asset management division of IBERIABANK.
Regulatory changes provided us the opportunity to merge IBERIABANK fsb into IBERIABANK. On January 1, 2011, IBERIABANK fsb became IBERIABANK. This addition of Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas branches expands our franchise's total number of branch locations to 184 across six states.
IBERIABANK assumed all of the deposits and certain assets in a failed bank acquisition of Sterling Bank, headquartered in Lantana, Florida with six locations along Florida's southeast coast.
IBERIABANK assumed all deposits and purchased certain assets and other liabilities in the acquisition of two failed banks - Orion Bank, headquartered in Naples, Florida and Century Bank, headquartered in Sarasota, Florida.
IBERIABANK assumed all of the deposits and certain assets in a failed bank acquisition of CapitalSouth Bank, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama with eight locations in Birmingham, Montgomery, and Huntsville, Alabama and two locations in Jacksonville, Florida.
IBERIABANK Corporation changed the name of Pulaski Bank and Trust Company to IBERIABANK fsb and will change the name of Pulaski Mortgage Company, a subsidiary of Pulaski Bank, to IBERIABANK Mortgage Company.
Assumed the insured deposits of the failed bank, ANB Financial, headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas. Opened eight former ANB branches in Northwest Arkansas as Pulaski Bank and Trust Company.
Purchased Pocahontas Bancorp, Inc. headquartered in Jonesboro, Arkansas
Purchased Pulaski Investment Corporation., headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, which also included Pulaski Mortgage Company and Pulaski Title Company.
Purchased American Horizons Bank of Monroe
Purchased Alliance Bank of Baton Rouge
Purchased Acadiana Bancshares and its subsidiary LBA Savings Bank
Purchased 17 branches of First Commerce Corporation which included 10 branches of Central Bank of Monroe, West Monroe and Ruston, and 7 branches of First National Bank of Lafayette
Purchased Jefferson Bancorp and its subsidiary Jefferson Federal Savings Bank
Name change from Iberia Savings Bank to IBERIABANK
Purchased Royal Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiary Bank of Lafayette
Formed the holding company ISB Financial Corporation and issued stock to the public
Assumed deposits of one branch of Louisiana Savings in Lafayette, LA
Assumed deposits of First Federal Savings & Loan in New Iberia, gained offices in New Iberia, Kaplan and St. Martinville
Assumed deposits from Acadia Savings & Loan and gained branches in Crowley, Rayne, Kaplan and Lafayette, LA
Name change from Iberia Savings and Loan to Iberia Savings Bank
Name change from Iberia Building Association to Iberia Savings & Loan
Establishment of Iberia Building Association