Catherine Gotzkowsky Joins Argent Trust Company as Trust Associate in New Orleans Office

Contact: Brooks M. Campany, Director of Recruiting, Engagement & Culture
Argent Financial Group | 662.550.4751

Catherine Gotzkowsky

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana, Oct. 10, 2019 – Argent Trust Company announced today that Catherine Gotzkowsky has joined the company as trust associate in the New Orleans office. She reports to Mark Milton, director of institutional services at Argent, and will be responsible for working closely with clients and administration of trust and investment accounts.

Gotzkowsky has 28 years of diverse work experience, including banking operations, sales and compliance. Most recently, she was vice president and business relationship manager for Chase Bank. Prior to that, she spent more than 25 years at Capital One Bank in operations, private banking, business banking and management.

“We are excited to have Cathy join us as we continue to grow our presence in New Orleans,” Milton said. “Her background in working with a diverse group of businesses and clients fits perfectly into our mission of providing premiere fiduciary services to our southern Louisiana clients.”

Gotzkowsky has earned multiple past employee awards during her career, including being named Volunteer of the Year for two years in a row, as well as numerous recognitions for top sales, top banker and more.

“I’ve spent the majority of my professional life working at large financial institutions where I’ve gained a tremendous amount of industry knowledge and achieved high performance goals,” said Gotzkowsky. “Argent’s culture gives me a sense of home and security, but with the resources of a large corporation. I’m looking forward to working with Argent’s wonderful team to bring value to clients.”

A native of New Orleans, Gotzkowsky is a graduate of St Mary’s Dominican High School. She is active in the community and as a metalsmith and owner of CC GOTZ Designs, which designs and sells fine jewelry at festivals and trunk shows across the region.

About Argent Trust Company
Argent Trust Company is a division of Argent Financial Group (AFG), a leading independent fiduciary wealth management firm. Responsible for more than $22 billion in client assets, AFG provides individuals, families, institutions and businesses with a broad range of wealth management services including trust administration and related services, investment management, family office services, retirement plan and charitable organization administration, mineral (oil and gas) management, and financial, retirement and estate planning. The company was also recently named for the second year in a row to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. AFG is the only financial services company in Louisiana to make the prestigious list. For more information, visit



Argent Financial Group

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2020, Argent Financial Group (Argent) is a leading, independent, fiduciary wealth management firm. Responsible for more than $30 billion in client assets, Argent provides individuals, families, businesses and institutions with a broad range of wealth management services, including trust and estate administration, investment management, ESOPs, retirement plan consulting, funeral and cemetery trusts, charitable organization administration, oil and gas (mineral) management and other unique financial services. Headquartered in Ruston, Louisiana, Argent was formed in 1990 and traces its roots back to 1930.

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