Executive Changes

By Fung, Amanda | American Banker, June 20, 2001 | Go to article overview
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Executive Changes


Fung, Amanda, American Banker


NEW ENGLAND

FleetBoston Financial Corp. has hired Gail C. Graham to fill the newly created post of managing director in charge of wealth management in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, upstate New York, and portions of Connecticut for its private clients group.

She was also named an executive vice president. She reports to Kathleen M. McGillycuddy, executive vice president and head of the private clients group.

Ms. Graham was the executive vice president in the private client group at PNC Advisors, a business unit of PNC Financial Services Group Inc. She joined PNC Financial Services in 1997 as the marketing director. Before that she had been a senior vice president and the managing director for private banking operations in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia at First Union National Bank.

She began her banking career in 1982 at BankBoston Corp., which Fleet Financial Corp. bought in 1999.

Mellon Financial Corp. in Pittsburgh has hired Elizabeth A. Daly as a vice president and an estate planning manager at the Boston office of its Mellon Private Asset Management.

Ms. Daly was a senior associate in the trust and estates department at the Boston law firm of Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, where she worked for four years.

She has 10 years of experience in wealth management.

MIDWEST

A.G. Edwards Inc. in St. Louis has promoted Amelia A.J. Bond to director of the public finance department.

She succeeded Charles T. Forrest, who was named head of its fixed-income operations. Ms. Bond is based in St. Louis and reports to Paul Pautler, executive vice president and director of the investment banking division.

Ms. Bond was the assistant manager of the public finance department. She has been an investment banker working on Missouri, Texas, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, and North Dakota at the firm for 15 years. She started her investment banking career in the health-care group at Kidder, Peabody & Co.

Provident Financial Group Inc. in Cincinnati has hired Cary M.

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