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Our History

On February 15, 1947, Metairie Bank & Trust Company was founded by local businessmen in order for Metairie to take its place as a self-sufficient community. Metairie Bank & Trust Company was the first bank on the East Bank of Jefferson Parish and has operated continuously from Metairie since 1947. Metairie is an unincorporated township located on the western border of New Orleans. The main office is located at 3344 Metairie Road, Metairie, La., 70001 and the main telephone number is (504) 834-6330. The bank operates a total of seven offices located throughout the metropolitan New Orleans area.

Our primary service area is the East Bank of Jefferson Parish La. We also service the remaining portion of Jefferson Parish and the parishes (counties) of Orleans, St, Charles, St. Tammany St. Bernard, and St. John. Applications received through this web site from areas other than those mentioned will not be accepted. Deposits are FDIC insured and Metairie Bank is an equal housing opportunity lender. The bank is a member of the Louisiana Banker's Association and the Independent Community Bankers of America.

Community Commitment

For over 65 years, Metairie Bank has worked hand-in-hand with the communities we serve by supporting a host of local non-profit and charitable programs and institutions. Just like the employees of Metairie Bank, these organizations are made up of our neighbors, our families and our friends. That’s why we’re so proud to lend a helping hand to these worthy organizations that do so much to make our lives, our neighborhoods and our communities a better place in which to live, work and play.

Disclosure Information

It will be the continuing commitment of Metairie Bank & Trust company to conduct business in accordance with Federal Fair Lending Laws. Neither race, color, national origin, religion, sex, handicap, nor family status will be a consideration in the loan process or in the setting of rates or terms. Further, Metairie Bank will not deny credit to persons because their Income is from public assistance or because a right was exercised under the Consumer Credit Protection Act.