U.S. Trust, the private wealth management business of Bank of America, has hired three new advisors in Minneapolis, Minn.; McLean, Va.; and Troy, Mich.

Ty Schlobohm joined the Minneapolis office as private client advisor. He was previously with G-2 Trading where he worked as a portfolio manager for more than three years.  He has 17 years of investment and wealth management experience, according to U.S. Trust.

Marc Broderick joined the firm as a private client consultant in McLean, Va. He was previously vice president of University Development and Alumni Affairs at George Mason University, a position he held for five years. 

Mark Ambrose, a former private banker with JP Morgan Private Bank, joined U.S. Trust as a private client advisor in Troy, Mich. He was with JP Morgan Private Bank in its Bloomfield Hills office for four years.

The new hires will work with individuals and their families, as well as business owners, corporate executives, private foundations and endowments to deliver wealth management programs.

U.S. Trust is part of the Global Wealth and Investment Management unit of Bank of America.

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