DARYL G. BYRD is President and Chief Executive Officer of IBERIABANK Corporation and IBERIABANK.� He serves on the Boards of Directors for both entities.� He joined IBERIABANK in 1999.� IBERIABANK, headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana, is the 126-year-old subsidiary of IBERIABANK Corporation operating 187 branch offices throughout Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Texas and Tennessee.� With $15.5 billion in assets (as of October 31, 2014) and over 2,700 associates, IBERIABANK Corporation is the largest and oldest bank holding company headquartered in Louisiana.Mr. Byrd began his banking career with Trust Company Bank of Georgia (now SunTrust) in 1980.� He worked for BB&T until 1985 when he moved from North Carolina to Louisiana where he worked in Lafayette, Alexandria and New Orleans for First Commerce Corporation and its subsidiaries. Following the merger of First Commerce and Bank One, Mr. Byrd was named president and chief executive officer of Bank One, Louisiana, New Orleans region.Some of Mr. Byrd�s current community and civic affiliations include Greater New Orleans Foundation, board member; Eaglebrook School - Deerfield, Massachusetts, member board of trustees; Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, board member and executive committee member; The Order of St. John, member; Committee of 100, member; Tulane Business School Council, member, LSU � E.J. Ourso College of Business Administration, Executive Board of Advisors, board member, The University of Alabama, Culverhouse College of Commerce, Board of Visitors, member, The University of Alabama Birmingham, Collat School of Business, Deans Advisory Council, member, University of Alabama Birmingham, Campaign for UAB, executive committee member, Bureau of Government Research, board member and New Orleans Business Council, board member.� Mr. Byrd recently served on the Federal Advisory Council as representative for the Sixth District of the Federal Reserve System.He received a BS degree from Samford University in 1976 and an MBA degree from the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 1978.
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