James (Mark) M Hubbard

Senior Vice President, Private Client Manager

Professional Profile

Mark Hubbard is a Senior Vice President and Private Client Manager with Bank of America Private Bank in Mclean Virginia. As a Private Client Manager, he provides financial guidance to high net worth individuals and families, focusing on balance sheet management, lending and liquidity solutions. He is also the day-to-day relationship manager for clients and works with support associates to help fulfill client private banking needs.

Mark has over 20 years experience in financial services and has both a Private Banking and Commercial Banking background. He has been in Private Banking for over 13 years and has spent the last seven with Bank of America.

Mark holds a BA degree in Business Administration from Asbury University and resides with his family in Falls Church, Virginia.

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