Investar Bank selects Gaudin senior vice president

Staff Writer
Plaquemine Post South
Investar Bank recently selected Scott Gaudin senior vice president.

BATON ROUGE – Investar Bank today announced the hiring of Scott Gaudin as senior vice president to manage its market in west Baton Rouge and extend Investar's products and services to more customers.

Gaudin joins Investar from Iberville Bank, where he was director of business development. He also previously served as a banking center manager for MidSouth Bank.

Gaudin is a member of the executive committee of the West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce board and chair of its government affairs committee.

In addition, he is a director of the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, the Iberville Foundation for Academic Excellence and the LSU National L Club and a member of the Plaquemine Rotary Club.

Gaudin formerly was a director and vice president of development for Baton Rouge's Forum 35, that city's young-leadership organization.

He received a bachelor's degree in management from Louisiana State University and lives and works in Port Allen.

Investar Bank, which had total assets of $530 million at June 30, 2013, provides comprehensive products and services for businesses and individuals.