More NewsWhitney Hires David Frady to Head Commercial Banking Division

Whitney Hires David Frady to Head Commercial Banking Division

David Frady has joined Whitney National Bank as senior vice president to lead the commercial banking division.

In this new position, Frady will focus on developing strategies and identifying opportunities for middle market and commercial client acquisition, expansion and retention, particularly around Whitney’s deposit and fee income businesses. He will report to Whitney president, John M. Turner, Jr.

A veteran of 25 years of banking experience, Frady was most recently an executive vice president with Capital One, managing product development, product management, sales and service initiatives for their treasury management and merchant services segments. Prior to Capital One, he was an executive vice president with Hibernia National Bank, working over the past 15 years leading a variety of divisions, including treasury management, merchant services, leasing, debt capital markets, SouthCoast Capital, off-premise ATMs, US corporate, commercial loan processing, international banking, and commercial knowledge management.

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