US Trust, which is part of Bank of America's global wealth and investment management division, has made 15 appointments across eight states in the US from rivals such as JP Morgan, Citi and Wells Fargo.
US Trust, part of Bank of America's global wealth and investment management division, has made 15 appointments across eight states from rivals including JP Morgan, Citi and Wells Fargo.
In the Northeast, the firm has made five private client advisor hires in New York, as well as two in Massachusetts and one each in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
In New York, Unaizah Moonis, Robert Eberley, Youn Lee, John Duaneand Kathryn Turner join from Citi, JP Morgan, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and Town Real Estate respectively.
In Massachusetts, Dian Quinn joined in Boston as a senior philanthropic relationship manager from Bank of the West while Rick Tyson was hired as a private client advisor from Boston Private Bank & Trust Company.
Rounding out the northeastern hires are Alex Ramos in Greenwich, Connecticut, as a private client advisor from Deutsche Bank, while Kristin MacMannis – formerly a marketing strategist with US Trust – assumed a new role as a private client advisor in Providence, Rhode Island.
Meanwhile, in Texas Shantel Butler joined in San Antonio as a senior philanthropic relationship manager from The Boeing Company and in Minnesota Phillip Ebner joined in Minneapolis as a private client advisor from North Sky Capital.
To the west, in Denver, Colorado, Kimberly Eilber was recruited as senior trust officer; Frederick Fischer joined as a private client manager; and Wesley Weise joined as a private client advisor – all of whom are latterly of Northern Trust.
Lastly, in California Amy Ko was added in San Francisco as a private client advisor from Fiduciary Trust Company.