Introducing the new Hancock Whitney brand

John Hairston
May 1, 2018
Today is an important step as we prepare for a milestone in a story that started 100 years ago.
 
We’re proud to bring together the value and ideals the Hancock and Whitney names embody into one simple, unified brand:  Hancock Whitney. Our new brand honors the banks’ century-old relationship and affirms our founding promise to help clients achieve their dreams through Your Dream. Our Mission.
 
Starting today, you’ll begin to see our new logo as we update our website and start to install new signs at financial centers across our entire footprint. Over the next two months, we’ll add the new Hancock Whitney logo to your total banking experience, including mobile banking, online banking and statements; newly issued debit and credit cards; and new checks when you reorder.
 
On May 25, the names of our bank and investment services subsidiaries officially change to Hancock Whitney Bank and Hancock Whitney Investment Services, Inc. As a client, keep using the same accounts, card numbers, and terms you already have and continue looking to the bankers you’ve always trusted to help you achieve your financial goals and dreams.
 
 
 
Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank both opened in the 1800s. Geography, shared leadership, and a pledge to protect depositors connected our early presidents and led to the first transaction between the two banks on May 25, 1918. Now, 100 years later, we’re spotlighting that legacy with a new brand built on our history, core values, and passionate commitment to 5-star service. 
 
We’re very grateful to our clients and communities for their confidence. Because of you, we’re entering a bright new era with a new brand that salutes our history and celebrates our future with the people and places we serve.
 
Watch in the coming days as Chief Operating Officer Shane Loper shares more about how we live our promise, and Chief Marketing Officer Dan Marks gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how we created our new brand and more about what it means.
 



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