Iberiabank Corporation, the holding company of 122-year old Iberiabank and Iberiabank fsb, has appointed H Gregg Strader as executive vice president (EVP) and chief credit officer (CCO).
Anthony Restel, who will continue to serve as chief financial officer (CFO), previously held the position of CCO.
Strader joined Iberiabank in July of 2009 as EVP and senior credit officer to lead the company’s commercial credit support department. Prior to joining Iberiabank, Strader worked for Wachovia Corporation in a number of various senior credit roles for 23 years.
His most recent positions at Wachovia include managing director of the real estate special assets area and chief risk officer for Wachovia’s real estate financial services group. Strader has extensive management experience in risk management, commercial real estate, and strategic, firm-building leadership. He has proven to be skilled at risk management, workouts, underwriting, portfolio management and construction monitoring.
Strader graduated from Davidson College in Economics and from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, with an MBA from the Olin School of Business.
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