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Whitney Holding Corporation (WTNY)

3/22/2006 Proxy Information

The Bank has made, and expects to make in the future, loans in the ordinary course of business to directors and officers of the Company and the Bank, members of their immediate families and their associates. The Bank made such loans on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons, and the loans did not involve more than the normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

Leonard J. Marks, the son of William L. Marks, our Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, is employed by the Bank as a commercial lender. During fiscal year 2005, the Bank paid Leonard Marks cash compensation in the amount of $99,735. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees. In addition, Jay R. Exnicios, the brother of Joseph S. Exnicios, one of our executive officers, is employed by the Bank as a regional branch manager, and during fiscal year 2005, the Bank paid Jay Exnicios cash compensation of $116,348. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees.

Alfred S. Lippman is co-manager of the Lippman, Mahfouz, Tranchina & Thorguson, LLC law firm, which the Bank retained during 2005 and expects to retain from time to time during 2006 primarily to handle loan closing matters involving Bank customers. The total fees paid to the Lippman law firm during 2005 did not exceed 5% of the law firm's gross revenues for the firm's last full fiscal year.

The Company has not included information in this section with respect to directors, executive officers or other persons holding specified positions or relationships with the Company for any portion of 2005 during which such person did not hold any such position or relationship.

3/23/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Alfred S. Lippman is co-manager of the Lippman, Mahfouz, Tranchina & Thorguson, LLC law firm, which the Bank retained during 2004 and expects to retain from time to time during 2005 primarily to handle loan closing matters involving Bank customers. The total fees paid to the Lippman law firm during 2004 did not exceed five percent of the law firm's gross revenues for the firm's last full fiscal year.

Leonard J. Marks, the son of William L. Marks, our Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, is employed by the Bank as a Commercial Lender. During fiscal year 2004, the Bank paid Leonard Marks cash compensation in the amount of $65,984. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees. In addition, Jay R. Exnicios, the brother of Joseph S. Exnicios, one of our executive officers, is employed by the Bank as a Regional Branch Manager, and during fiscal year 2004, the Bank paid Jay Exnicios cash compensation of $92,651. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees.

3/19/2004 Proxy Information

The Bank has made, and expects to make in the future, loans in the ordinary course of business to directors and officers of the Company and the Bank, members of their immediate families and their associates. The Bank made such loans on substantially the same terms, including interest rates and collateral, as those prevailing at the time for comparable transactions with other persons, and the loans did not involve more than the normal risk of collectibility or present other unfavorable features.

Leonard J. Marks, the son of William L. Marks, is employed by the Company as a Commercial Lender. During fiscal year 2003, we paid Leonard Marks cash compensation in the amount of $68,140. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees. In addition, Jay R. Exnicios, the brother of Joseph S. Exnicios, one of our executive officers, is employed by the Company as a Regional Branch Manager, and during fiscal year 2003 we paid Jay Exnicios cash compensation of $89,764. He also received coverage under the Bank's employee benefit plans, generally available to all Bank employees.

Mr. Lippman is co-manager of the Lippman, Mahfouz, Tranchina & Thorguson, LLC law firm, which the Bank retained during 2003 and expects to retain from time to time during 2004 primarily to handle loan closing matters involving Bank customers. The total fees paid to the Lippman law firm during 2003 did not exceed five percent of the law firm's gross revenues for the firm's last full fiscal year.

3/14/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Alfred S. Lippman is managing member of the Lippman & Mahfouz, L.L.C. law firm, which the Bank retained during 2002 and expects to retain from time to time during 2003 primarily to handle loan closing matters involving Bank customers. The total fees paid to the Lippman & Mahfouz law firm during 2002 did not exceed five percent of the law firm's gross revenues for the firm's last full fiscal year.