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T.J. McGee, CRSP

Vice President, Trust Officer

Certified Retirement Services Professional (CRSP) Certification, ABA
Cannon Trust School Retirement Plan Services I, II, III, IV
MBA, Campbell University, Lundy-Fetterman School of Business
BBA (Trust and Wealth Management), Campbell University

 

T.J. serves as vice president and trust officer for Argent Trust Company in the New Orleans office. McGee will be responsible for providing clients with fiduciary wealth management and related services.

Before joining Argent, McGee served as vice president and institutional trust relationship consultant at Regions Bank in Baton Rouge.

McGee received his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Business Administration from Campbell University‘s Trust and Wealth Management program, where he also minored in financial planning. He also earned his Certified Retirement Services Professional designation from the American Bankers Association and is a graduate of the Southeastern Trust School.

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

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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

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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