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Catherine Gotzkowsky

Trust Associate

Catherine joined Argent in 2019 as a Trust Associate where she is primarily responsible for Trust Administration services in the New Orleans office.

Prior to joining Argent, Catherine worked for Hibernia National Bank, where she served over 25 years in several significant banking and management roles. From 1999 to 2016 she served as Banking Officer and Vice President of Business Banking where her responsibilities included managing a $28 Million Business Portfolio and several client relationships.

Her former community and civic activities included serving on the Board of Metropolitan Center for Women and Children, Immaculate Conception Church and supporting fundraising efforts for the New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

New Orleans

201 St. Charles Ave. Suite 2420, New Orleans, LA 70170

(504) 291-8800

201 St. Charles Ave. Suite 2420, New Orleans, LA 70170

Provided Services

Trusts & Estate Planning

Trusts & Estate Planning

With 30 years of expertise serving as sole Trustee, Co-Trustee, and Directed Trustee for thousands of clients, Argent can expertly serve the multi-generational financial needs of your family.

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Wealth Management

Wealth Management

Our expert advisors can assist with preserving and growing wealth through tax and risk management, planning for the transfer of wealth, carrying out philanthropic goals and consulting on the preservation of family vision and preparing heirs.

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The Morning View: January 21, 2020

The Morning View: January 21, 2020

Announced this morning, Initial Jobless Claims were 900,000 for the week ending January 16th, and Continuing Claims were 5,054,000 for the week ending January 9th.  Both were decreases from the previous week, but levels remain elevated.  Meanwhile, the European...

The Morning View: January 15, 2021

The Morning View: January 15, 2021

In this morning’s data, Retail Sales for December fell -0.7%, worse than expected.  Non-store Retailers, Electronics & Appliances, and Food Service & Drinking Places were especially weak, while Gasoline Stations showed some strength.  The Control Group, which...

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