MORGAN CITY – Jeremy Callais, President of M C Bank, today said that Travis Richard has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer. He now replaces Callais as COO at the Morgan City-based bank.
Richard, who has been affiliated with the bank for eight years, earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisiana and in 2017 and completed studies at the Graduate School of Banking, conducted at LSU. He has also completed the ABA Compliance School and the LBA Leadership School.
Richard is active in a host of civic organizations. He is a Board member and member of the East St. Mary Kiwanis Club and serves on the Pastoral Council for Holy Cross Catholic Church. Additionally, he had the honor of participating in the Federal Reserve’s Program: Banking on Leaders of Tomorrow (BOLT). Richard also serves as a 2019 St. Mary Parish Role Model and coaches both youth soccer and Dixie Youth Baseball.
He and his wife, the former Caren Loupe, have two sons: Graham and Tanner.
Callais stated, “I would like to congratulate Travis Richard on the very well-deserved promotion at M C Bank. In less than 10 years, Travis has become a vital and integral part of every single facet of M C Bank. Travis is not only extremely knowledgeable in all areas of banking, but most importantly he is a wonderful person, friend, father, son and husband. Travis has my utmost respect, I am looking forward to working with him for many years to come. I have learned far more from Travis than he could ever learn from me, I am very proud of him and this accomplishment.”