Bank of America’s US Trust has hired several advisors across 12 offices in 11 different states.
In the Midwest, Edward Gin joined the Chicago office as a private client advisor, after a spell at JP Morgan as a chief financial officer, and Ryan Bailey joined the Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office as senior trust officer, after working at Comerica as a trust officer.
For its San Antonio, Texas office US Trust hired Christian Escamilla from BBVA Compass as a private client advisor and Karynn Kolm O’Connell from Broadway Bank as a private client manager.
Michael Ruble joined the Jacksonville, Florida office as a private client advisor after working at BB&T as a private banker and Elizabeth Terrell joined the Charlotte, North Carolina office as a senior trust officer after a tenure at BNC Bank in a similar role.
In Melville, New York Andrew Della Ratta joined from Wells Fargo as a senior trust officer and in Hartford, Connecticut Michael Sclafani joined from Union Savings Bank as a private client advisor.
In California, it hired Ross Carter from California Bank & Trust as a private client manager for its San Diego office and in its San Francisco office, it hired Maximillian Ortiz, previously of Hall Capital Partners and Robert Wallace previously of Wells Fargo where they will be a private client manager and a wealth strategies advisor, respectively.
In Portland, Oregon the firm added Jennette duCloo, who was a portfolio manager at US Bank, for a similar role and in Charlotte, North Carolina it hired Elizabeth Terrell, previously of BNC Bank, as a senior trust officer.
Jamie Rantanen, who was previously head of ESG and sustainable investment at Deutsche Bank Asset Management, has been hired as private client advisor in its West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania office and Scott Chatham, who was a banker at Sun Trust has joined the Washington DC office as a private client manager.