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Ryan King is an Assistant Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Bank of America Private Bank in Greenwich, Connecticut. In this role, Ryan is responsible for creating and overseeing personalized investment strategies with a focus on client interaction and collaboration in order to help meet their short-term needs and long-term investment goals.
Prior to joining Bank of America Private Bank in October of 2021, Ryan was a Junior Portfolio Manager with Deutsche Bank Private Bank, where he was responsible for the management of portfolios for Investment Advisory and Trust clients.
Ryan earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and minor in statistics from Rutgers Business School in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
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