U.S. Trust adds 6 advisers
U.S. Trust hired six adviser recruits for various offices across the firm's growing wealth management business, a spokesman said.
Danielle E. Conkling joins the Bank of America wealth management unit in Palo Alto, Calif., the firm says. Conkling worked at Citigroup Global Markets prior to U.S. Trust, according to FINRA BrokerCheck records. She started her career at J.P. Morgan in 2002, BrokerCheck shows.
William L. Fritz joins U.S. Trust's Chicago office from J.P. Morgan. Fritz started his career at the firm in 2010.
Also moving from J.P. Morgan is Marvin D. Anderson, who joins U.S. Trust in St. Louis. Anderson started his career in 1995 with A.G. Edwards & Sons, BrokerCheck shows. Anderson moved to Wachovia Securities, Wells Fargo Advisors' predecessor, in 2008 but moved to Stern Brothers eight months later, according to BrokerCheck. He joined J.P. Morgan in 2014, per BrokerCheck.
Timothy W. Quinn joins U.S. Trust in Florham Park, N.J. from GAMCO Asset Management, where he worked in the firm's Institutional and Consultant Relations department. The industry veteran started his career in 1983 with Burgess & Leith, a company now part of Merrill Lynch, according to BrokerCheck. Throughout his career, Quinn worked for multiple firms including Charles Schwab, John Hancock and Blackrock, Brokercheck shows.
Brian L. Hungerford joins U.S. Trust's Greenville, S.C. office from Wells Fargo. Hungerford was a commercial banker while at the wirehouse. He started his career at Bank of America Securities in 1998, per BrokerCheck records.
Mary L. Carswell joins U.S. Trust in Nashville, Tenn. from Credit Suisse Securities. She was a private client adviser while at the Swiss Bank, U.S. Trust says.
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