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"iberia bank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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06:33 min | Last month

"iberia bank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Station or any of the show's sponsor. All right. Let's see how fast we can move. We got a full board. I know somebody's gonna get left. We'll see how it goes. Let me go to Barry Barry's Conor's from Louisiana. Hey, Barry. A damn long time partner of make this pretty fast here. Managing account for my for my parents have money scattered all over the place. But They have this, Uh, stock they bought a long time ago. Was it was Iberia Bank changed hands to first horizon. It's up quite a bit and I'm wondering how fast I should be. Ah, Added. Selling this is going to take a dive real quick or they do have a little time them mess with this or should I get on the bone, sell it. You say they're up a fair amount. Gather up about probably 70% so Go and sell it. Okay, when you sell something like that Dana's it's held by EQ shareholders services where they help me with the tax forms and all that. How is that all worked out to figure out the cost basis, or they do it? They buy it. For your parents. Is that where they bought it from? Or is that where they got it from? I think he bought it right from the Iberian bank Stark and, uh, it was held by count computer shares for computer shares. Yeah, and then they changed hands and they know eat. You share whore's eyes, managing it. They probably would not be able to help you with that. Um they your your parents may have somewhere A statement. Off that You know when they had it? Originally with the other shareholder or the other service company. And on that statement that they might have the cost basis. They should And and the cost basis wouldn't have changed. So if you can now, sometimes when a move like this gets made They bring the cost basis over But because this was such a Small company going to another small company. I'm suspecting that it wasn't Because that's a cumbersome thing to do. But they may have so you can check a recent statement and see if they have a cost basis written down there. But yeah, and then they would have to pay capital gains tax. If it's not in an IRA isn't an irate It's no, It's not in my range so productive my bed bottle tell Good, so I when we sell it, we just I'm saying I just put in the savings account for now. What do you think of that? Yeah, I think that would be wise. Okay? All right. Appreciate them. All right, Barry, Glad you called. Thank you Have a good weekend. We go to Steve Anarchist or hasty? C All right, Steve. You there, are you? I'm sorry. You hear when Mississippi Peter, I'm here today. Go ahead. You Look, I'm income investor. I listen to you regularly. I've tried to do everything you say Stop. Don't pay dividends. I get rid of it. I know you said not to own Freeze. Not enough and selfish, too many In a sector. Dan. I don't need the money. I'm almost in a 28% tax bracket. I don't tend utilities, two of them. Are Our propane Cos one of them came off of your list. And One of them. I used to work far and the other Eight are I came out for your list, all the blue ones. In a case like mine is that is that overloaded Are what I need A I need to know what you think about that. Well, how how large. I hate to ask you to give me an amount You don't have to, but I mean, you have a fairly large portfolio. Did you not only have that in a certain loyally, my portfolio is really low percentage and in those utilities I'll probably don't have over $2000 worth of stock and each one of those I'm a house some more, but it's really not. But I don't want to keep adding to it either. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. No, I would leave it alone. I'm okay with it. Um I would. I would just keep it, you know, because you're getting more of an energy play. Out of energy sector out of the You know, the two propane cos um so yeah, I think it's fine. I would just leave it alone. All right. Thank you so much. All right. Thank you. I appreciate it. Yeah, right. Let me go to Steve. Now. Hey, Steve. Dad, I think to protect him a call or Harlem and thank you for your ministry and God bless you. Thanks. My question is, uh, member why? Saved up. With a full okay in our eyes last year were both this table. And we're both grown disability check, but It adds up to about 5000 month, and I have 885,000 my 41 K and she is one of 57,000 minutes, traditional, right? We're looking trying to get the money out this far. Spending we're way got used to tow saving money, but not spending money. Uh, That wouldn't be smart to to know we're gonna get passed on. It's all pre tax, but Would be smart to just go ahead and take his much outers can now and put it into a raw. Now and take the big hit or Just wing it out. Do you have Roth accounts? We do not okay, so I mean, I wouldn't want you to do it anyway. But no. You can't open a Roth because you have to have earned income to open it. Oh, yeah..

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

06:10 min | 5 months ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Of our home offices here but we may be able to do it everywhere you know by having this link we can do one here and forty other locations and it so it just kind of opened up that span of what who we can recruit into our blood drive. So that's one of the newest things that we have. That were hoping helps you. Know helps As far as flexibility and and for people to still host their blood drives you know. It's been a challenge to keep that sense of community. And i bet that really does we can linked together. Even if you're not in person is a team you can make a difference. We even had neighborhoods drives. Yeah and they have been very successful because especially early in the pandemic when we all couldn't leave our homes and we had to stay very close to our house where you know doing a blood drive was kind of a nice thing. 'cause somebody could leave their house for just a moment donate blood and you know it was something that give a little release out of getting out of your house at that point that peer pressure helps to your neighbors like okay. Yeah when you early on it with the pandemic people were nervous. Like the oh. I couldn't leave my house in what was key for us to share with the public is that this is a an essential service so the us surgeon general even announced that that blood platelets and plasma is essential and people must continue to give blood so That is something that we're going to really try to encourage and into our messages so that people realize that even if we go through hopefully again not what we did in the first part of this pandemic but if we get there we want to make sure that our communities understand that blood donation is essential. So i'm so glad we had the opportunity to let you shared the whole message. Not just a two minute pitch. Yeah now i appreciate this very much. It's my pleasure. I want to thank. Amanda landers regional director by talent and his. Well as stephanie are for reaching out to me to promote this much-needed community service As we're closing down. I'd like you to just if you can fill me in on your personal life. Are you still playing tennis. he you have time it. Will i get that question. All the time and i feel guilty when i answer this and so no i don't. I've asked to join almost every team ever imaginable. But be ala's on their teams and especially when so i. I had been playing since i was. I think he started playing a seven. And i started competitively playing by time. I was ten. So by the time i had played all those years and through college at that point i you know it became where my passion wasn't there anymore. So i i've now moved my passion as you can tell into other parts of my life but tennis is something i gave up now. Of course i. I love to do other things but yeah it was interesting. I remember playing My last doubles match in college. We were in alabama. And i told my doubles partner at the time i said this is the last time i'm playing and you knew it then. And she looked at me and she said you just need a break. You're just going to go into the summer when you're gonna need a break and you're good and i said no i think i'm done and it was funny because i really never played again. I went out and hit a little bit competitive. No not ever played another match again. So you know i get that. Though my daughter. Kelly didn't spend years you did in tennis. But she would ride question and she didn't like the competitive part of that she liked to ride for the pure pleasure of writing and she would win when she would compete. It wasn't really wet. Brought her joy. Yeah love the horses and you know probably the way you were driven. I guess at that point. Yeah it can take the joy out of things when it's all about. yeah the the result and not just. The joy of playing tennis and tennis is a very much a mental game. As you know so anyone that plays tennis already knows this. But yeah i mean it becomes very i mean especially when i'm playing competitively so it takes a toll on you emotionally mentally and physically so by that point i was like you think we'll take a break and i really thought i was but truly it's like even now i don't have the passion to get back out there now. My old teammates. They're probably gonna listen to this and they're gonna probably text me right after to go and hit because time to get back every time i say something. Like that. Allowed the text me and they. They're like nope. You're gonna go and play sports. You can come bowling with us. When covid restrictions yes offers up. I'm looking. I love bowling too. So thank you so much again. Please visit by talent dot org and consider signing up getting your friends and family to sign up and give blood. And let's let's try to reach that fifty five thousand units that are needed a blessing community and speaking of blast. I wanna take a moment to thank. Our sponsors have been so generous in helping me. Do this podcast. First of all iberia bank which is recently merged with first horizon. Thank you for your ongoing support and honor general. Couldn't do this without you guys. And i'm very grateful for their support and last but not least raider and in particular jason sikora who will take our tape. Mix it and make it sound professional into our listeners. Please share this I think this is one hundred seventy seventh podcast today. So please share this with your friends if you haven't yet please subscribed discover lafayette. You can go on podcast out and just you'll see discovery. Lafayette come up or visit our website. Disgruntled lafayette dot to hear more about by talent and all of our other guests on behalf of discover. Lafayette thank you. This is john swift..

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"In your position on on a flight like typical flight today. Let's say all depends on the size of the aircraft but I can tell you on Sunday. That just passed We process twenty two passengers which is very very low the whole day and then Tuesday a week ago from today we processed eight passengers normally we process over three hundred passengers in the morning from the hours of five thirty to about six. Seven o'clock right so we normally get about five hundred on five hundred to six hundred fifty passengers a day and now we're down in eighty eight on a good day but I'm optimistic that it will come back. Yeah Yeah I know you've got to have so much per passenger. I'm sure to to make your budget projections and You had told me about that. You operate on a balanced budget. And you've got to to make things work right we do. We operate on a a balanced budget. the airport is financially in good shape at this point We don't want to many more days are too many more months of this of kindrence on our our budget. But we're okay. We're doing well. And every year we do start off with a balanced budget. We have to by law. We have to provide balanced budget. Which what is in the cares. Act that Congress passed Stephen for the airline industry. Do you know about any assistance at the federal government might be giving airports such as Lafayette region or the the act was passed by Congress and it is for Corona Virus Are Nineteen and for the impacts that covert nineteen. I've had Congress and the president signed into law that there was ten billion dollars. Earmarked for airports The amount of money that you're going to airports going to receive this based on placements and your debt ratio And playmates number passenger so fewer larger airport like New Orleans. You're going to get more money than say. Lafayette at this point right now. It looks like the airport in Lafayette over receiving anywhere from two point. Five three million dollars from the cares act that money will have to go through the normal protocols of Fa and it can be used a little not as stringent as the normal protocols. But still to some the checks and balances but it could be used to for payroll our debt services and certain projects. So that goes just for operating I mean it can be used To take the place of what you would have been making just like. We're doing paycheck Paycheck protection okay. Yeah so have you had any discussions with some of your peers around the country. I mean y'all is their network where people are talking about. What's going on or shore? Yes and and just different different. Airports are approaching this quite differently than other airports There are airports out there. That have granted Their tenants Millions of dollars of concessions in Louisiana. We can just do that. Do the fact that the state constitution says our state losses that we can't give things away so we have to. We have to. We have to be careful. We're working with our legal team to ensure that we if there are any concessions made that the confessions are legal. And we'll stand up in court But yes there are. Airports that are giving awake giving concessions in the in the states. They're not in Louisiana So we trying as Louisiana Association. We're trying to work together. The we all are home. One voice and saying the same thing to the various individuals that are coming to us and asking us for any type of concession are Bateman right right. It's so interesting I I don't even know if I've asked you the questions I should have been asking. I mean what? What are most people asking you these kind of questions or asking these types of questions they wanted to know a lot of people? WanNa know win It's GONNA come back. Don't have an answer for that. I wish I did Luckily always answer exactly a lot of calls. The airport is is my flight still flying and again we go back to those responsibilities. It's the air the airlines responsibilities. They get the flight flights From point eight point being not the airports but the information is provided on our website comes directly from the airline so if they change anything in our rep website will reflect that as well but we still always advise individuals to call their airline to get the latest and Information on their flight or if they have any questions right like I'm looking at your site right now. L. F. T. AIRPORT DOT COM LAFAYETTE AIRPORT DOT COM departures in. Everything's right there easy to look out but I know people. Are there nervous. My family were waiting. We WanNa make plans for the summer to take vacation. And I'm sure we're in line with everybody else just wanting to get back to normalcy. You know it's just there's no easy answer for what's going to happen bright and there's no easy answer at this point hopefully that as we've seen and We have flattened curves in that. We will start going back to normal routine that we were you. Sue Pre cove in nineteen. I'm looking forward to seeing the new airport terminal with new. How many gates you have. Is it going to go from three to five seven six band if we need to go to seven and the parking if you can describe that too? I probably should have been what will happen. Is We'll increase our parking. How ninety parking spaces when we're fully complete when the project is complete The back to the gates. The gate that is closest to the Kern terminal will not be opened up right away due the fact that we have to get the old terminal out of the way so we have to get into the new terminal then demolished the old terminal and then that that gate will be available also if we were doing expansion it would be in the direction of the old terminal. So that terminal is going to be has to be moved and in their parking For for the commission and an employee parking. It'll be in general location of the current terminal so there's a lot of -tunities so Louis increase number of parking spaces Bob by about ninety and then we'll be removing the economy lot and it'll be long term short term and again. The building is being built with expansion in mind. If demand shows that we need to build a parking garage than the building will be able to accept a parking garage and the surface lot will be built with Locations that are available to accept the parking garage so we can build on top of the surface. Lot right right. It's GONNA BE EXCITING SO EXCITING. It really is now now. We're lucky to have you here. Remember when we met when I was working with Upper Lafayette ad? And you've done so much for our community Steve and WanNa thank you for your dedication to your job and into what you do and just a little side note. I mentioned at the beginning Europe pilot. Are you still an active pilot? Do you fly often? Not Not as much as I would like fly Do a lot of hangar talking and talk about things that I wish I was doing No I'm not flying at this time. I really would like to get back into the flying today on. You have beautiful weather like it is outside right now. It's great to be applying and and all but no not. I'm not currently Active Flyer but I like to feel like airplanes and talking about him so like walking around him and there's nothing like the smell of jet fuel. Well I hope you're able to get back up in the air soon as all of us that we can get back to a normal life and I. I WanNa thank you Steven Khoo. Lafayette Regional Airport Executive Director For overseeing the expansion of our airport for guiding our community you know through this crucial time and maybe we can get you back on when things back to normal and you can update us on. What's going on? I think people want to be informed. how this is affecting our community so. I want to thank you for taking time today and for being patient. We're taping us by phone. I'm taping in my home study. And you've you've worked with me through some technical things. Thank you for being patient. You're welcome thank you for having me in any time It is a great project and I think the community will be very happy with the end product. I think so too. Well thank you for joining us and I also like to thank before we close out A few people that help make this. Podcast possible Jason Sikora of Raider. He will be mixing this podcast tape and I'd like to also thank Raider Solutions Iberia Bank and Lafayette General Health for their support. Their generous contributions enable our podcast. It'd be produced and distributed and we're grateful we're also grateful for our premier partnership with rallying marketing. Please subscribe to discover Lafayette that going to the PODCAST APP on the phone. You can also find all of our podcasts at discover Lafayette Dot net. Thank you for listening and stay. Said this is Jason..

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"A few times and I must say that You know Mr Hyland's vision when it came to the business was pretty phenomenal. Back in those days in the fifties sixties and seventies when you worked for Gulf oil. And you're trying to make a deal with somebody at Unbeliever Texaco. You literally walked across the street or next door and the oil center and said let's go to lunch and talk this over and then you might go out and compete against each other buying leases. But by night you were over there patting each other on the back and there's a lot of combranch back to something that we all miss but it makes me smile and think about it. It was a different day but I mean it was a different time post World War. Two and I think everybody was just experiencing You know for the first time in decades the ability to make some money in Lafayette certainly attracted them. And we still. Do you know even with the oil and gas issues. I know that we're still attracting entrepreneurs and so it's my hope that through some of this mark there might be some new technologies that are developed in combination with our new IT sector. That's moving in and perhaps some of these issues on the price of drilling for oil. You can be Enhanced that's my hope. So and I agree and I I must shout out to the people of Acadian. Ah In their indefatigable spirit and ingenuity that they export all around the world in terms of oil and gas and and the slides into other businesses as well. Which is what you're suggesting so we do have a very entrepreneurial spirit here and we will make something out of this Janna also wanted to say that it's important for most people think your listeners would be interested in the fact that independence like Badger oil and Mac energy here in town. Still Jill Eighty three percent of the oil wells in the United States and ninety percent of natural gas wells if not all the Exxon's and they Chevrons that drill the wells. The independence still make up the drilling of most new wells so important to remember that as we go forward you know. I just assumed it was the excellent and the shells there deepwater drilling and are those older production sites. Well those are. Those are big capital items. I guess I should have said Onshore USA onshore. So I'm probably misspoken but the independence or the guys that really keep keep the oil in the top and they're obviously the ones that are going to be hurt as much as the rest of the country and the big oil companies world. We're going to be hurt bonus so you would ask about some ideas to to help us and I had a couple of those that you don't know what are some policy. Are just anything that you think happens during well. I know the Mineral Board. As recently as last week was discussing looking at state leases in talking about loyalty relieve so a reduction in the royalty. That's paid to the state on a state lease would help the people that are producing almost leases most which are older releases except maybe in the Hanes Ville Shale. They're fairly new. So royalty look relief on those leases would would help the oil company in the short term with these decline the huge decline in prices. And the other thing and I I was able to testify in front of the Senate and the House about two weeks ago. The budget for this year for Louisiana was based on sixty one dollar oil obviously with oil West Texas Intermediate Trading at twenty four dollars a barrel and Louisiana light at twenty two dollars a barrel today. We're way off that mark so one of the things I was suggesting was if the legislature would forgive consider forgiving for a short period of time. perhaps six months to start with the severance taxes that we pay on oil and natural gas again leading the companies survive through this terrible collapse as we addressed in the opening for this interview. We need a little time and breathing room to get through this about at the federal level. Mark you've mentioned to me that Do we have import taxes on an oil like we do not and it has been bandied about it recently. As last Friday at the White House there were several oilmen that went out there and discuss that It's the large independent really. Pushed it stronger than the majors because the majors have ties around the world in other markets as well so the independence have been talking about that for very long time and trying to protect the people at home and it hasn't really caught fire and the way it might but the discussion still going on and there's several. Us senators such as Kevin Kramer. That's supporting that idea as well with letters to the president so. I'm sure it's on the president's desk asking him to give it some thought about our senators. I think Senator Kathy's embrace part of it as well I. I've not read everything that sort of Kennedy said about it and Senator Kennedy. But they know what's at stake in Louisiana and they know that I'm sure they're doing everything they can to help us in regard to helping our industry as president trump supportive of all of it. Land Gas industry absolutely. He has been a tremendous supporter. Helped in a Lotta ways of curtailing duplicity duplicitous regulations and and some problems that we've had but of course this this oil price and the pandemic who could have seen this coming right. Well how many independence do we have left here? Mark Not a hard number. It is that basically the the group of producers that are here in. Lafayette in South Louisiana. Yeah they're they're not many left Most all the major will all the major oil companies did without we have Petra quest is still. Here is a public company course. Stone left a couple of years ago. So we do not have Any big big companies here today certainly each and every once extremely important as I said what they all contribute to finding on gas and keeping us in the mix so but we have lost a lot of the big companies who've relocated to Houston or Dallas or elsewhere and a lot of our residents are working elsewhere. And they keep their homes here. I make sure that's true People at work here that her chilies husband works over in Texas and he's gone to two weeks and then comes back for week. So they're they're traveling and they're working hard to keep the business alive because there's money back here in Louisiana right have I asked You What she thought we discuss. Are there any topics that we need to touch on? I think that's it. I think that the state legislature needs to realize that this is unlike anything we've ever seen before and the oil and gas business that feeds our families and puts her kids You know through school and and everything that contributes to our our welfare here in this town No matter who you are is important. Industry needs to remain viable so anything that can be done to help the oil and gas industry. We're all asking. Please do it now. Don't wait til later. Yeah I know I second that and I want to thank you. Mark Miller for taking the time to work with me on this podcast and to share your information and again your With Merlin Oil and gas if people WANNA know more about you and I'll put all that on my show notes on my website. Discover Lafayette but I wanNA thank you for sharing your thoughts and we're talking about it. I want to thank our legislators for the work. They've done and looks like they're gonNa have a lot of work to do to balance our budget given the price of a barrel of oil at this point so about a lot. It's really an interesting time. I'd like to second that they're doing a Yeoman's job over there. Some of them are doing it from afar but they're all giving their time and effort on our behalf. So thank you all of them. That's right and also like to thank inclosing Jason Sikora Raider. Who will be mixing this podcast tape as well as Raider Iberia Bank and Lafayette General Health for their support. We're also grateful for our premier partnership with Rowling Marketing. Please subscribe to discover Lafayette by going to your podcast. App On your phone are you can find all of our podcast on the web and discover back yet. Thank you for listening and please stay safe this chance wet..

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"iberia bank" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Never topped the show. I talk about the unless unless this had happened. But one of the things that didn't like to see where bank stocks getting hit today. Now we've made it through the biggest port of the pank earning season so what I WANNA do is circle back to something unusual while the big nationals deliver pretty good numbers for the most part. The smaller regionals reported fairly mixed results across the board with one big exception. One of our phase first horizon national the Tennessee based regional bank. It's slowly but surely turn itself into a powerhouse. In the fastest growing area of the country the southeast not like did I rise and pushed trump and better than sales and earnings. Their major source of strength was the non-cyclical side the business like fixed income capital markets and other services. It was remarkable. Course questions can keep liberty. Let's check in with Brian Jordan. The chairman President and CEO of first rising. Let's get a better sense of these results. And where's he's headed Mr Jordan. Welcome back to money thank you. It's good to be back all right Brian. This was just another the very solid quarter and I thought the most important thing from the perspective of the analysts is something called the net interest margin. A lot of companies saw compression because of the decline in rates. How can you didn't see that well? We were started really leave in the fall of last year. We started recognizing the trend was gonNA continue with lower rates and we were very aggressive in the way we worked at ensure that our deposit cost did not get out of control and we work very very hard to control the asset side of the balance sheet as well as you if you looked underneath the covers. You'd say that loan yields went down and that's what you'd expect when interest rate particularly liable more driven by fed funds declined but by working on both sides of the balance sheet. We're able to moderate a substantial portion of the impact. I'm just so people know the the other big banks weren't able to and their stocks have now come off and say reporters people worried about this. You also did something monumental. Didn't acquisition hasn't closed yet. You bought a bank. Thank God waiting for someone to buy. Because I think it's a bank that has a lot of power potential but just hasn't been able to pull it off yet even though I know you like them I rise isn't buying Iberia Bank to become maybe the most important bank in the southeastern together. So you've got a slide says I rise and appearing. Iberia might better better together. Tell me what makes them better together. Absolutely we're very very excited about that. Potential merger vehicles were in the process of as you say getting regulatory approvals but we put the two organizations together we will have a powerhouse footprint. All across the south will be eleven states. If you look at projected household growth rate our footprint Oughta grow on average about twenty five percent faster than the US as a whole the thing. That's it's really exciting about it. Is We have business. Models that are very very similar our people go to market and and almost identically the same way they approach customers and communities and a very similar fashion to us and so as we look at it. We're not going to. We don't think we're going to miss a beat in terms of serving in our customers and our communities and we're going to bring to our bankers and our customers more products and services which should make life better for everybody so we're excited about it. The two will be better together in the sense that we can invest in more products and more services across a broader customer base long-term with a bigger balance-sheet. I think to Unsung markets Tennessee which is absolutely on fire for both corporations and for homes. A lot of people. Coming from in New York City relocating Tennessee because the taxes and Louisiana because of the amazing world gas market maybe not flying but the amount of infrastructure structure being billed as probably the most in the country will you be able to take advantage of all that incredible manufacturing plastic all the development of Ellen g when you move you to Louisiana yes we will. We will bring a brawl diverse customer of products that to our customers. And we'll do it with a bigger balance sheet so we'll have bigger hold positions and we'll have the ability to to continue invest in product. We also open up in in that. Merger markets markets like Dallas and Atlanta will be twelve billion dollar bank in Florida. So we're opening up some very attractive high growth markets you take New Orleans Louisiana and oil and gas in Houston Dallas and you take the high growth in Atlanta and south Florida. We're very excited. What about the footprint and the product set where we think will be competitive with the largest banks in the country and we believe that will continue to be able to differentiate our products services by looking and feeling like a community based organization to our customers? Now typically you and I had not had to talk about politics but there is a. There's election coming up Palmer. Come up the some of the people and Democrat Party are doing very well. They are not exactly. The banking industry's friend. Do we need to worry at something that you look over and say that can't happen. Well I don't think it's anything into worry about yet. I'm I'm not particularly worried. I think that the the work that was put in place around regulation that came out of dodd-frank. Odd Frank is is still working. Its Way through the system and I think if you look at the Banking Industry today everything from stress testing capital levels to How we manage our businesses report risk and monitor risk is significantly better than it was ten years ago so I think while that may be a talking king point on the on the political stump I think from a practical perspective? The regulatory bodies the Fed the FDIC THE OCC state. Regulators have taken the framework of dodd frank and created a much safer sound banking system. So I think what we have the next test in an economic economic downturn. I expect that the financial services industry is going to do quite well. I totally agree with you and with your bank which I know is done such a great job in his so straight great shooting. WanNa thank Brian Jordan. He's chairman President CEO. I arrived in Fhm. Great job again sir. Good to see you. Thank you. Low risk risk. Good growing over time. I don't know.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Good vantage point software dot com for terms conditions and privacy policy Tennessee based first horizon in the Louisiana based Iberia bank are combining in a deal worth nearly four billion dollars the regional banking companies have announced what they're calling a merger of equals the combined company will have its headquarters in Memphis Tennessee an original banking center in New Orleans the new company will have seventy five billion dollars in assets and market capitalization of nine billion dollars after the all stock deal closes next year correspondent Jeremy house reporting first horizon is more than fifty five hundred employees and operates mostly in Tennessee and the Carolinas Iberia banks based in Lafayette and has more than thirty one hundred employees with operations mostly in Gulf coast states from Texas to South Florida Chinese president GGN paying in meeting political leaders in Greece on a trip aimed at furthering a major global investment initiative outside the European Union more at town hall dot com feel analyst trilby Lundberg says gas prices are holding steady the national average price of regular grade gasoline is unchanged from two weeks ago it is two sixty nine and it actually moved up less than one third of one penny per gallon in the past two weeks Lundberg says that with the prices may be dropping soon as maintenance at refineries continue and this is usually the time of year that consumers cut back on their demand highest gas price in San Francisco at.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"This is John Swift and you're listening to discover Lafayette a podcast dedicated to the chance for businesses of all sizes raiders motto. Is You just want it to work we understand if you're wondering if writer can help your business please visit rate are solutions dot com I'd like to also thank Iberia Bank for its support of discover Lafayette founded in eighteen eighty seven Iberia Bank is the largest bank based in Louisiana and is headquartered right here in Lafayette with three hundred twenty five combined locations throughout the south they offer the resources of a national bank with the personal touch of a community bank please visit Iberia Bank Dot Com for more information our guest today is Lafayette Native Jim Goson president of the Board of the Gulf Seafood Foundation Gem is an industry leader for the recovery and improved sustainability of the Gulf of Mexico seafood industry his career in the restaurant seafood processing manufacturing and distribution business began in one thousand nine hundred seventy two when he began selling Gulf seafood out of a pickup this was the genesis of the business that would turn into Louisiana foods a global seafood purveyor that he sold the Cisco in two thousand twelve and we're where he served as chairman aboard until his recent retirement. Jim is a recipient of the Environmental Protection Agency's Gulf Guardian Award my tables legends of the industry southern living's heroes of the new South awards and is one of Cooking Lights Twenty Food Heroes in America today we get to learn about the importance of the Gulf seafood industry and how important it is to our.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"With habitat for humanity and that's a great example of where you can leverage your community resources the banks thanks volunteers and get deserving people in homes that would never have had a chance without those partnerships being played and we're partnered with probably twelve to fifteen habitat affiliates. It's across our nine state footprint. I of course I'm very partial to our Lafayette Habitat for five years and they do amazing work and tend to twelve houses per year earm- really excited to be on the board. I've been with Bill Chair as you indicated fast two years what's Nice about that relationship and we have many such relationships with our nonprofit partners throughout the footprint is we call it the sort of CRA truck factor so we have a line of credit to them. So we have a loan habitat. I sit on the board and we have numerous other volunteers. We have that service service hours hours aspect and then we also donate money to them every year and we buy from them on the back end as I mentioned most smaller banks will sell loans. LAFAYETTE HABITAT HABITAT is a lender mortgage lender so they originate loans and we buy them that I see what's more capital back into the organization to do more lending so we're pretty proud of that relationship and as as I mentioned we have several of strong affiliate partnerships throughout the footprint that resemble that setup what I've always been impressed with too not just habitat but in particular the habitat that there's such a low default rate pl are excited to give their homes a they make their obligations single digits false. It's very impressive and that goes to the speaks to the amount of time spent with each of those individuals so they each one hundred hours of work on their homes as well as other folks homes in this case usually the mccomb visa neighborhood which is where we're focused. Lafayette right now but also they have a lot of financial literacy literacy. Excuse me classes. They also have home maintenance glasses of courses they. I fully understand the financial burden. They're accepting their challenge. They're taking and they understand what they need to do to keep that I know amenable to their total title financial package in their picture and they're all working at least one job many of them to jobs and and they as you indicate they want their home. They're taught how to manage money a little oh better maybe than they were before and they're also taught how to maintain their homes. I think we could all use those classes though no matter what income rambler background so Beth aardwolf and you've been sitting there nodding is about it's been talking about this. You have to keep up not only with what Beth is doing with. Cra But your job encompasses everything the thing that Iberia Bank is doing. Are there some initiatives no one. I had Jerry Vasca cute here earlier in the year. We talked about the opportunity zone. There's so many things going going on in banking. I mean you've got to keep your finger. If you've got to stay current on everything well the you know the great thing is I work with people like this who become experts in in their area and Beth has become a true expert that people across the country turn to about. Cra says he really has done a fantastic job bribery bank but also for the industry she really has become a sought after an expert so fortunate to work with her and many other leaders like her in the bank. you know we're we're in a privileged position. We recognize that where we get a chance to focus on equality for people within the company and outside the company Iberia Bank has such a community minded spirit about about it that we take very seriously so in through bathroom. Cra more through other charitable partnerships or through other learning learning opportunities were really focused on again our internal clients and our external clients and making sure that their lives are enriched through their experiences with us right before we started the podcast has to we were speaking about women in leadership and I think it's just industry-wide in banking in insurance rents other financial sectors probably about one in five of the top leaders or leadership team or women and I'm sitting here with two with Iberia Bank but which touch on that some Beth are on about what you've seen because I know you're getting like a national view from your position with preparing for the podcast. I was trying to think about you know the last twenty years or so and I think the conversation early on was really about either stayed home and you were stay at home mom or you're a working king. Mom and I think the conversation today is completely different right where women fifty percent of the workforce is women now in so I think the conversation is really there for women too. It's not about whether or not you're GONNA work. It's it's how you're going to be successful at working and making sure you're providing a great life of your family and so I think it's a great time for women in the workplace. Certainly the financial industry has lagged a little bit when you look at the top of the House and how many female leaders are sitting in that the the top C. Suite but the industry certainly has changed in there lots of opportunities. I mean we look at our company lots of women in leadership positions Brian. I think it's just a little bit of a hangover from the past but there's no better time than now I think for women to really find their spot and take take opportunities that there for them right you know and I think back about it. Many of the the mail bankers said I know that our top feels they've been in banking their whole life and so they've they've just like YouTube. They've worked their way up. earning you know promotions and leadership roles but they tend to stay in banking and so oh you have to have positions open right fill them with younger men women people of all backgrounds and so that's probably part of it and in other fields you might see people hopping around more from company to company but in banking they might move from bank to bank but they stay in that industry and so. I I guess that's what you're saying. Though yeah I think having a great retention rate for our company but like you said for the industry bankers like to bankers and so I think that provides potentially a few opportunities to advance at a faster rate but I definitely see the industry changing and improving and and and Beth out on the in the speaker circuit as well and she sees I'm sure are the same a lot of women who are in great leadership positions making a difference right so you serve on the Federal Reserve Board and when I when I learned that I guess you know a few years back I was so impressed I mean they. They set policy right you. You provide data on the industry is well yes so now retired but as of a served until last December and it was a it's a big honor so the way that the the advisory boards work is that each district has advisory boards in its main cities so I served on the Sixth District New Orleans Advisory Board which is basically cly seven people by law only two can be bankers so of the seven people the the commitment is to bring on the ground information anti-dole information about what's really happening in our local economies back to the district back to the economists who are thin advising the policy makers so it's it's a great sort of grass level route in a grassroots effort to bring real information to those that are making decisions so if I if I may ask even though you're not serving anymore and publicized for not having that correct on my show notes where is Louisiana compared to the rest of the South East. I mean I read the paper and hear about our jobs. You're lagging. That's those kind of things your reporting but little yes those are the things that are being reported as as well as you know all the different the sixth district is reports up to Atlanta so it's a it's a big district including Florida and parts of Alabama Mississippi so oh they're different economic cycles happening even within that one district so those of us though representing certain geographic areas do report on that and and also talk about what creative solutions may be on the horizon to try to help with job with jobs in your market so that'll affect at some point interest rates or yes how how does it alter out like us up basically the information bubbles up and then the obviously the policy makers news or using that information to decide on how they're. GonNa vote on interest rates there's so many things that go into our economic conditions and I think about just even when the president tweets something about tariffs. I'm sure that sins markets it's fascinating. It's fascinating process and then yeah the tide stern so it's about our way on we've talked about you have proximity thirty six hundred employees throughout Iberia Bank Doc. I understand there's some mentorship programs. There are some programs in place that can help people. You know find out more about the business how they can grow and Can you talk about that. Some absolutely we're really proud of the progress we're making banks industry to happens to be heavily female even though not at the top of the top of the company our companies about sixty percent female but we want to put programs in place to for for males and females emails but some that are specifically designed for females to make sure that we are advancing people throughout the company so just over the last couple of years. We've made tremendous strides writes in that area we have hired a diversity and inclusion officer. Monica Sylvain who's really fabulous she resides New Orleans but she's responsible for DNA across the company and with her addition we started diversity and Inclusion Council which encompasses people from across the company all different different layers in the company and it's been a really interesting group of people we think we know so much until you actually bring people to to the table and hear about their daily lives their perspectives what they think we can do better so that that council I think has done and will continue to to really help us. push people through the company in a much faster pace we also started mentorship program about two years ago and everyone throughout the company is eligible to participate in it really has opened up the dialogue between people with people across the company so so as I mentioned we have a wide footprint and so there are many many associates who will never actually meet in person this gives people a chance to you know build relationships. CBS across geographic lines across areas of responsibility and and help support ask questions that they need answer to help them advance in their careers yeah yeah and one more thing we did start women unlimited it's a national program but we selected about twenty one females female leaders jers who already leaders in budding leaders and our company to participate and Beth actually is one of the participants and the bax four has been fantastic. It's a it's a really life changing experience for them so we're really proud.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"I I'd like to introduce Beth or Gwen who has been with the bank since two thousand two with the background in print media in publishing she currently serves a senior executive vice president and director of communications facilities in human resources as well as Chief of staff for CEO Daryl Bird Beth also serves on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's New Orleans branch joining her about trotter who joined Iberia Bank ten years ago as the staff attorney and who is now an executive vice president and C. R. A. Officer C. R. A. Stands for the Community Reinvestment Act. A law directs spanks to help meet the credit needs of low and moderate income neighborhoods of the communities in which they operate. Beth is a graduate of Tulane Law School in an active board member of Habitat Tat for humanity having served as the women bill chair in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen so beth one and Beth to be one and B two as you tell me welcome to discover cover Lafayette. Thanks for having US yeah having this chain. I've been looking forward to this for so many reasons first of all thank you both on behalf of Iberia Bank for Sponsoring Our podcast. It's really really been much appreciated and I'm really excited about the opportunity for you to let people get to know you and what you do for the bank and opportunities for women women in leadership positions so Beth Arden. If we can start with you you have really moved up the ranks. Now you started out in in media is that yes is that correct and you talk about that sure started out as a sales executive for the times of ACADIAN A- way back when after college when it was owned by Steve May and Jerry Fisher May and really I've been so fortunate to have sort of two stops in my career both with the Thai one with the times and the second with Iberia having a chance to work with leaders executives who really believe in women's advancement in the workplace creative leaders really believe in thinking out of the box and really approaching life from different angles so right really too great to great opportunities in my career riot and when I said moving up the ranks what I'm really referring to is you've earned these positions and I didn't WanNa Miss Speak on that but you have had some opportunities that I think a lot of people are just you know to get to serve on the the board of the Federal Reserve Bank and all this if you can talk about what your role all is I bury a bank and and what led you to to have that opportunity on the Federal Reserve. Yes thank you I joined the bank at a time when it was really in Transition Sarrebourg bird his senior team our senior team had just joined the company and the bank was being converted from a thrift to a more traditional commercial bank and so so as a small company just serving Louisiana at the time Darryl really wanted to focus on marketing communication public relations efforts that were more tailored toward our target audience which were privately held businesses commercial businesses that we really could serve best so I came on board at that time and really focused on public relations as the company grew and changed think as Jerry mentioned back in the spring when you had them here we've done more than twenty five acquisitions over the seventeen years or so have been there so we really have grown and expanded across the southeast and with that came the opportunity to to take on more responsibility ability everything from facilities which is the management of are least An- own facilities to our expanded marketing efforts I and human resources as well which is pretty interesting part of the job why thirty six hundred associates yeah so I'm looking back you joined before Katrina and Rita eight ahead which was a pivotal year for Louisiana in two thousand five and then just within a couple years after that that is really when they explosive growth of Iberia Bank began. I know it's continued but your role had to expand pretty dramatically I mean how many states are you in nail. We're in assay. A nine zero nine states bank Lebanon to offer Mortgage Ryan our mortgage office yet influx right now we've had some changes with mortgage but yes so we have our first sort of jump out of Louisiana was into Arkansas and then both through acquisitions and de Novo initiatives we've jumped across the southeast so Florida Texas the Carolinas Georgia Alabama so we really have a wide footprint across that region right now. I've spoken with Judy Lucerne who works with you in your marketing department and the markets that you're in while they're mainly. I guess the south southeast southern part of the US the markets are different and so what people are expecting from banking and Louisiana. I'm sure quite different than South Florida right. We've got retirees and the high percentage of Wealth Fund. I mean our jobs gone because you know while we crossed. We're we're a large regional bank now. Well we really make sure we continue to customize our experience for our clients and our brand in those markets so what we do from a marketing standpoint and a client service standpoint in Key West certainly differs from what we do in Atlanta Houston Dallas or New York so we make sure that through people like judy some of our great teammates teammates that the experience for our clients is very customized we we have obviously common brand and common mission statement that we all live by but but we deliver a very personalized experience through people like Judy leaders like Jerry throughout our footprint right. Do you have to travel a lot for your position listen. I do travel quite a bit. I mean everything from visiting the markets to conferences or other special engagements that we signed up at for It's just hard to believe bank. That's gotten this big. It's still based right here right here and Acadian so south trotter if we can jump over to your role at the bank and then I want to let you both talk after that you are you work under the CR a the community reinvestment act and I know you started out as a staff attorney attorney and you've you've earned this position also and it's something that I've heard about a lot just in the real estate you know in the workup done but would you explain explain what you do and what Iberia Banks Role is in that in helping low to moderate income communities share so the community reinvestment officer manages the community outreach outreach programs and the mortgage products and the specialized products that we have throughout the company so we're in nine states from the bank perspective bank branches in nine states so what I do is I managed that program and so at a high level community reinvestment is about lending investment and service to low income communities and very small businesses and so managing our program and put forth our team throughout the footprint right in so while you do that while you're assisting people that might have some issues in getting a conventional loan you still have have to focus on safe and sound lending practices and that's of course part of the regulation is Um to help communities.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"This is John Swift and you're listening to discover Lafayette a podcast dedicated hated to the people and rich culture of Lafayette the gateway to South Louisiana how we record in the offices of Raider solutions a technology company that it offers complete fleet of it solutions for businesses of all sizes raiders motto. Is You just wanted to work. We understand if you're wondering if writer Peter can help your business. Please visit Raider Solutions Dot Com. I'd like to thank Iberia Bank for its support founded in eighteen eighty. Seven Iberia Bank is the largest bank based in Louisiana headquartered in Lafayette with three hundred twenty nine combined locations throughout the south they offer the resources of a National Bank Inc with the personal touch of a community bank visit Iberia Bank Dot Com for more information and lastly. I want to express my gratitude for Lafayette General Health as a Katy. Anna's largest nonprofit community owned regional health system. Lafayette General Health is committed to restoring maintaining and improving health in the communities. It serves for more information visit Lafayette General Dot Com. Jim inkster is our guest today host of Talk Louisiana daily call in radio show that originates in Baton Rouge on public radio W. Arkaev he also host asked the governor with Governor John Bel Edwards that airs on the third Wednesday of each month in a career spanning more than three decades. Jim has interviewed nine Louisiana Governors and has reported on every gubernatorial election. Shen since one thousand nine hundred seventy five Jim serves as president of the Louisiana Radio Network and also Tiger rag magazine known as the Bible of Lsu sports in two thousand eighteen..

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"This is john swift and you're listening to discover lafayette's a podcast dedicated to the the people and rich culture of lafayette. The gateway to south louisiana we record in the offices of raider solutions a technology company that offers complete fleet of i._t. Solutions for businesses of all sizes raiders motto. Is you just want it to work. We understand if you're wondering if writer can help your business. Please visit raider solutions dot com. I'd like to thank iberia bank for its support founded in eighteen eighty. Seven iberia bank is is the largest bank based in louisiana headquartered in lafayette with three hundred twenty nine combined locations throughout the south they offer the resources of a national bank with with the personal touch of a community bank visit iberia bank dot com for more information and lastly. I want to express my gratitude for lafayette. General health as acadian is largest nonprofit community owned regional health system lafayette general health is committed to restoring maintaining and improving health in the communities communities it serves for more information visit lafayette general dot com today we welcome sherrie hernandez and richard steagall of miles per right cancer services to talk about the nineteenth annual games indicating anna on august seventeenth two thousand nineteen at the cajun down convention center. This is the signature fund razer of the organization and i can't wait to hear more about all the games this year and we'll also talk about the services provided by miles per out for individuals and families fighting surviving surviving and living with cancer since two thousand two miles per had cancer services has served over sixteen thousand families and a katy hannah one hundred percent of the funds raised staying acadian ah richard and sherry welcome to discover lafayette high. Thank you okay. I can't believe a a year has gone by since we spoke. It's time for the games again is owned by.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"The. This is John swift. And you're listening to discover Lafayette, a podcast dedicated to the people and rich culture of Lafayette. The gateway to south Louisiana. Discover Lafayette is recorded in the offices of raider solutions. A technology company located in the light center in Lafayette raider offers a complete fleet of IT solutions for businesses of all sizes, raiders motto is you just want it to work. We understand if you're wondering if writer can help your business. Please visit Reiter solutions dot com. I'd also like to thank our premier sponsor IBM Bank for its support of this podcast. Founded in eighteen eighty seven IB Bank is the largest Bank based in Louisiana and is headquartered right here in Lafayette with three hundred twenty nine combined locations throughout the south. They offer the resources of national Bank with the personal touch of a community Bank. For more information, please visit IBM Bank dot com, Robert -bio who many of, you know, is popey is our guest today. He serves as president of j b MU Thanh the construction company established by his great grandfather. John Birch Mun Mouton in nineteen. Fifteen JV MU Thanh has built, many of our communities. Most iconic, landmarks schools, churches and medical buildings. A few, you may be familiar with are the light center. Saint pie is Catholic church in elementary school ASA's lower skull CG on the Iberia Bank tower and river ranch and car dealerships, such as moss BMW in kiosk. Sterling, they've also renovated, Saint John's cathedral, the academy of the Sacred Heart. The Cajun dome Iberia Bank, tower downtown, and Saint Charles college grandkid toe. So pope via we have a lot to discuss today. Welcome to discover Lafayette. Yeah, I wanna put an applaud for the guy who's made our podcast possible, Chris raider. We're taping at Chris raiders offices with Jason Sikora in the light center, which.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A really great growth market um it's actually i think the largest land mass city in in this country and tremendous amount of economic activity going on down there um just crossed the uh the border from georgia so you know tax laws are favorable lot of in migration a a lot of big companies have outsourced operational duties to that market so um you know any footprint in that market his israeli done well we certainly like owning banks in florida uh we'd love southern florida as well let me a lot of our our holdings have have done some deals down there can be like a home bank is now fifty percent florida iberia bank has now forty percent in florida and the other thing it florida's going forward is is hurricanes is have always led to deposit inflows post hurricane and then rebuild after that so you have all the other things going for all the immigration and lower taxes but you've got a lot of building activity it's gonna go on and that state as well in jackson will certainly up has de seats mark into hurricanes agc bang he was well overtime yes they are in short term there's there's some laws some personal issues but yet i mean they tend not to be negative people think they are when something that happens i tend to bilaterally in a workout very well for growth a shortterm afterwards anton got about thirty seconds left here among a big tanks by like a among the big banks historic bankamerica sense of rise deri's interest rates um really impressed with technology they've invested they spent over ten billion dollars a year in it and if they certainly some gee wiz stuff coming so um in off of really happy with the performance that bank as well as what i expect in the future and will cast act that's up to that twenty nine percent this year and not to mention also the dividend and how we love when you come in thank you always a pleasure and upset says the companies called mendon capital advisors a they've got a couple of a mutual funds of their manifestos refund among them of set up a nine percent of your date so let's move there as well as in the bloomer markets of the meridian cory johnson at corey tv on twitter feed i'm carolmassar.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Building in hoover the company will also consolidate more than two hundred jobs from throughout the southeast to hoover iberia bank will expand the work that the office in birmingham was doing the black bear population and northeast alabama has grown according to in oran university study in fact it has more than doubled the bears migrated to alabama from north georgia there are two areas in the state with black bear populations about thirty bears are in fort pain and an estimate aidid eighty five bears are in the mobile area governor k ivy who has said she would vote for roy more but would not endorse him was asked today if the washington post story alleging sexual misconduct decades ago has changed her mind ivy said quote i will hold judgement until we get more of the facts the people of alabama need to know the facts unquote she went on to say quote based on what i know now yes i will vote for him but we don't have the facts there may be some more facts to come out but he is the party's nominee unquote ivy said voting for more but not endorsing him is in line with her practice of never endorsing candidates president trump is planning to leave the philippines tomorrow to conclude his asian trip with a statement at the white house wednesday while meeting with indian prime minister modi mr trump reflected on the past dozen days well i really enjoyed it and a lot of great things have happened to our country and i think for the world a lot of a lot of elements resolved who are in the process is being brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay home have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization you have.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Hundred thirty thousand square foot office building in hoover the company will also consolidate more than two hundred jobs from throughout the south bagged to hoover iberia bank will expand the work that the office in birmingham was doing the black bear population in northeast alabama has grown according to in auburn university study in fact it has more than doubled the bears migrated to alabama from north georgia there are two areas in the state with black bear populations about thirty bears are in fort pain and an estimated eighty five bears are in the mobile area governor k ivy who has said she will vote freund more but would not endorse him was if the washington postabc alleging sexual misconduct decades ago has changed her mind ivy said quote i will hold judgement until we get more of the facts the people of alabama need to know the facts unquote she went on to say quote based on what i know now yes i will vote for him but we don't have the facts there may be some more facts to come out but he is the party's nominee unquote ivy said voting for more but not endorsing him is in line with her practice of never endorsing candidates president trump is planning to leave the philippines tomorrow to conclude his asian trip with a statement at the white house wednesday while meeting with indian prime minister modi mr trump reflected on the past dozen days early enjoyed it and a lot of great things have happened for our country and i think for the world a lot of a lot of elements resolved to a in the process is being brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories news dot com iin jay home have you ever me wrong higher for your organization do you.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Building in hoover the company will also consolidate more than two hundred jobs from throughout the southeast to hoover iberia bank will expand the work that the office in birmingham was doing the black bear population in northeast alabama has grown according to in auburn university study in fact it is more than doubled the bears migrated to alabama from north georgia there are two areas in the state with black bear populations about thirty bears are in fort pain and an estimated eight eighty five bears are in the mobile area governor k ivy who has said she would vote for roy more but would not endorse him was asked today if the washington post dory alleging sexual misconduct decades ago has changed her mind ivy said quote i'll hold judgement until we get more of the facts the people of alabama need to know the facts unquote gene disturbed quote based on what i know now yes i will vote for him but we don't have the facts there may be some more facts to come out but he is the party's nominee unquote ivy said voting for more but not endorsing him is in line with her practice of never endorsing candidates president trump is planning to leave the philippines tomorrow to conclude his asian trip with a statement at the white house wednesday while meeting with indian prime minister modi mr trump reflected on the past dozen days well early enjoyed it and a lot of great things have happened for our country and i think for the world a lot of a lot of elements which saw two of in the process is being brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay home have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you.

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"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"iberia bank" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Bank will move its regional headquarters to hoover from birmingham that will employ four hundred fifty employees iberia bank based in la fayette louisiana will move the 225 employees who work in birmingham to a 130000 sgb an office building in hoover the company will also consolidate more than two hundred jobs from throughout the southeast to hoover iberia bank will expand the work that the office in birmingham was doing the black bear population in northeast alabama has grown according to an auburn university study in fact it has more than doubled the bears migrated to alabama from north georgia there are two areas in the state with black bear populations about thirty bears are in fort pain and an estimated eighty five bears are in the mobile area governor k said she would vote for lee more but would not endorse him was asked today if the washington post story alleging sexual misconduct decades ago has changed her mind ivy said quote i will hold judgement until we get more of the facts the people of alabama need to know the facts unquote she went on to say quote based on what i know now yes i will vote for him but we don't have the facts there may be some more facts to come out but he is the party's nominee unquote ivy said voting for more but not endorsing him is in line with her practice of never endorsing candidates president trump is planning to leave the philippines tomorrow to conclude his asian trip with a statement at the white house wednesday while fighting with indian prime minister modi mr trump reflected on the past dozen days well early enjoyed it and a lot of great things have happened for our country and i think the world a lot of a lot of elements which saw who are in the process is being brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay home have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you.

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