Jeremy R McLain

Managing Director, Senior Trust Officer

Professional Profile

Jeremy McLain is a Managing Director and Senior Trust Officer with Bank of America Private Bank in Seattle, Washington. In this role, he administers trust and investment management accounts, and provides insight into fiduciary matters, wealth preservation, and estate planning. He has been with the Private Bank since June 2007. 

Prior to joining the Private Bank, Jeremy completed internships with National City Bank’s Allegiant Asset Management group in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Bank of America Private Bank in Los Angeles, California. Jeremy is a member of the Seattle Estate Planning Council and the Bellevue chapter of Ducks Unlimited.

Jeremy McLain holds the Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor (CTFA) designation which is sponsored by the ABA Institute of Certified Bankers.

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