Bank rebrands to merge 2 historic names, Hancock and Whitney

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GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — A Gulf Coast bank is rebranding to combine two historic names. Mississippi-based Hancock Holding Co. announced Tuesday that it’s becoming Hancock Whitney Corp., and will use that name on its branches beginning next year. The company had operated as Whitney Bank in Louisiana and Texas, and Hancock Bank in Mississippi, Alabama […]
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