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Andy Andrus, Rusty Cloutier and Loren Scott

Bobby Butcher, Tom Butcher and Dwight Andrus IV
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Steven Hebert, Steve Thompson and       Ken Simeral

Gary Keller, June Picard and             Jennifer LeMeuniere
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 Katherine and Brother Abdalla  Economist Loren Scott
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Nancy Broussard, Gail Romero, Ken Simeral and Judy Keller  
   
   
   

MidSouth Bank and Andrus Insurance teamed up for the sixth year in a row as presenting sponsors for the annual Entrée to Business Luncheon featuring Dr. Loren Scott’s economic forecast. A sell-out crowd packed the Cajundome Convention Center for the Oct. 13 presentation (raves all around for Chef Gilbert Decourt’s Cajun tenderloin and fruit torte!), and each attendee received a complimentary CD of Scott’s comprehensive statewide report as well as his PowerPoint presentation, made possible in part by Chris Allain’s team at Vidox. After MidSouth Bank President and CEO Rusty Cloutier’s words of welcome, Acadiana Business co-publisher and emcee Cherry Fisher May announced the pending publication of Cloutier’s new book Big Bad Banks, which offers his take on the recent turmoil in the financial markets. As past chairman of the Independent Community Bankers of  America and former director of the Atlanta Federal Reserve’s New Orleans branch for six years, reporting to former fed chairman Allen Greenspan, Cloutier offers a valuable and insightful perspective on what went wrong and what we can do to prevent similar problems in the future. It’s a compelling read that will be out soon. The Entrée to Business luncheon is held each October, a presentation of Acadiana Business and The Independent Weekly. For more information on Scott’s report and his predictions for Lafayette’s future, check out this month’s Turk File.

 

 

 

 

MidSouth Bank and Andrus Insurance teamed up for the sixth year in a row as presenting sponsors for the annual Entrée to Business Luncheon featuring Dr. Loren Scott’s economic forecast. A sell-out crowd packed the Cajundome Convention Center for the Oct. 13 presentation (raves all around for Chef Gilbert Decourt’s Cajun tenderloin and fruit torte!), and each attendee received a complimentary CD of Scott’s comprehensive statewide report as well as his PowerPoint presentation, made possible in part by Chris Allain’s team at Vidox. After MidSouth Bank President and CEO Rusty Cloutier’s words of welcome, Acadiana Business co-publisher and emcee Cherry Fisher May announced the pending publication of Cloutier’s new book Big Bad Banks, which offers his take on the recent turmoil in the financial markets. As past chairman of the Independent Community Bankers of  America and former director of the Atlanta Federal Reserve’s New Orleans branch for six years, reporting to former fed chairman Allen Greenspan, Cloutier offers a valuable and insightful perspective on what went wrong and what we can do to prevent similar problems in the future. It’s a compelling read that will be out soon. The Entrée to Business luncheon is held each October, a presentation of Acadiana Business and The Independent Weekly. For more information on Scott’s report and his predictions for Lafayette’s future, check out this month’s Turk File.

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