Lindsey Griffin

Senior Vice President, Private Client Advisor

Professional Profile

Lindsey S. Griffin has over a decade of experience spearheading the execution and management of development programs for organizations and institutions. In her role with the Private Bank she works with high net worth individuals, families and philanthropic institutions to address their unique wealth management priorities. She coordinates the extensive resources of Bank of America to provide clients tailored strategies including asset management, multi-generational wealth transfer, philanthropic giving and debt financing.

 

Before joining the Private Bank team, Lindsey worked with donors, alumni and friends of the University of South Carolina to identify philanthropic and sponsorship opportunities that benefit alumni association members, students and the university by providing scholarships, capital campaign funding and program resources. Lindsey also served the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics Foundation (Hartsville, SC) and Presbyterian College (Clinton, SC) as a development and constituent relations officer. Before serving those institutions, Lindsey worked with South Carolina’s Council on Competitiveness supporting the management of the state’s emerging economic development/industry clusters (advanced manufacturing, aerospace, agribusiness, automotive, distribution/logistics and education).

 

Lindsey began her career at the South Carolina Department of Commerce working for the agency’s Small Business Ombudsman and Business Solutions team. She was actively involved in evaluating, planning, and developing strategies to enhance resources available to South Carolina's small business community. A graduate of Presbyterian College, with a B.A. in Political Science, she also completed a business masters program (MBA).

 

Born and raised in Columbia, Lindsey has served her community as an executive committee member of United Way of the Midlands’ Women in Philanthropy and event chair of its "Power of the Purse" annual fundraiser, a Historic Columbia advisory council member, a Bradley Elementary Lunch Buddies Mentor, a board member of Leadership Columbia Alumni Association and a member of the Leadership South Carolina Board of Trustees. She is a member of Eastminster Presbyterian Church and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

Our Team

Our team is comprised of talented and experienced individuals committed to building strong client relationships based on trust and personal experience.

Note: These team members are a shared resource, involved in your wealth management plan as appropriate and are subject to change

Mark J. Green

Portfolio Manager

843.579.5506

Brett Andrew Bluestein

Wealth Strategies Advisor

843.579.5516

R (Tom) T Cox

Private Client Manager

843.579.5515

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We take the time to listen and learn about you and your family before creating strategies that aim to meet your needs, goals and best interests now and in the future

EXTENSIVE REACH, INNOVATION AND A LEGACY OF TRUST

For more than 200 years, Bank of America Private Bank (Private Bank) has helped clients navigate the complex challenges of managing significant wealth. We draw on the Private Bank’s personalized approach, as well as the resources of Bank of America, to help individuals and families, businesses, and institutions achieve their financial objectives. Whether you’re looking to preserve and share wealth, build philanthropic legacies or plan for future growth, our commitment is to make your goals our priority.

At Bank of America Private Bank, we take pride in our history and in serving our clients’ best interests. We also value the continual pursuit of innovation in a constantly transforming world. We apply this perspective to help our clients anticipate and respond to evolving markets, changing environments and the growing complexities of the financial landscape. Mindful of the past, our focus is on providing today’s clients with disciplined financial strategies and a bridge across generations.