Lafayette’s Investar Bank Welcomes Two New Team Members
Commercial Lending & Treasury Management Sales Officers
Baton Rouge, La. – Investar Bank recently hired two new team members in the Lafayette market. We welcome Stephanie Comeaux as Senior Vice President and Commercial Lender and Adam Wright as Treasury Management Sales Officer, both dedicated to serving businesses of the Acadiana region.
Comeaux is responsible for developing new commercial relationships in the Lafayette market through offering commercial loans, new deposit accounts and cash management services. Comeaux brings nearly 40 years’ experience in the banking industry with 28 of those years as a business banker with Chase Bank and joins most recently from Regions Bank. As a native of New Iberia, now residing in Youngsville, she is active in the community. Comeaux currently serves as the Fundraising Co-Chair for United Way of New Iberia and was previously Treasurer. She is a Past President of the New Iberia Kiwanis Club, and formerly served as a member of the Lafayette and New Iberia Chamber of Commerce and Industrial Development Foundation.
“As a seasoned banker, Stephanie brings a wealth of commercial lending experience to Investar Bank. She excels at understanding her customers’ businesses which allows her to be a part of their teams and contributing to their success,” Holly Hidalgo-DeKeyzer, Baton Rouge Regional President, Investar Bank, said.
Wright is responsible for the development and sales of treasury management services for businesses in the Acadiana region. He collaborates with the commercial lending and retail branch teams to execute a strategy that allows him to fully cultivate existing relationships while bringing in new clients. Wright has 13 years’ experience in the banking industry and joins Investar from Chase Bank. He holds an MBA degree from the University of New Orleans and currently resides in Lafayette.
“We are delighted to now have a Treasury Management Sales Officer focused on our Acadiana commercial clients. Adam’s experience will help us grow business relationships using Investar’s suite of robust products,” Robert Lott, Lafayette City President, Investar Bank, said.
Pictured left to right: Stephanie Comeaux, Commercial Lender and
Adam Wright, Treasury Management Sales Officer.
Investar Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: ISTR), parent company of wholly-owned subsidiary Investar Bank, had total assets of approximately $1.2 billion as of June 30, 2017. Investar Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Baton Rouge, La. offering extensive banking products and services for individuals and businesses for over 10 years. The Bank serves several markets in South Louisiana with 15 branches: the Baton Rouge area (three branches in Baton Rouge, one in Denham Springs, one in Port Allen, one in Gonzales and one in Prairieville), Hammond, the Acadiana area (one in Lafayette, one in Ville Platte, one in Mamou and one in Pine Prairie) and the New Orleans area (one in Metairie, one in Elmwood and one in Mandeville). Equal Housing Lender. Member FDIC. To learn more, visit www.InvestarBank.com .