Donald J Spelman

Senior Vice President, Senior Trust Officer

Professional Profile

Donald Spelman is a Senior Vice President and Senior Trust Officer within Bank of America Private Bank in New York New York. He is responsible for handling the coordination, implementation and management of clients’ financial planning, investment management, and fiduciary administration needs.

Donald joined Bank of America (formerly U.S. Trust) in September 1998 as a Financial Officer. Prior to joining the Bank of America, Donald managed individual investment accounts at Concord Equity Group where he worked with high-net-worth individuals as a Portfolio Manager. Prior to that, he spent 3½ years at Bankers Trust Company as a client relationship officer specializing in trust and estate administration.

Donald received his BA in management and marketing from Bryant College in Rhode Island.

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