Scott Chatham is a Senior Vice President and Private Client Manager for Bank of America Private Bank in Washington, D.C. Drawing on his years of experience in financial services, he serves as the primary point of contact for high- and ultra-high-net-worth individuals and multiple generations of their families.
Dedicated to understanding and catering to their multi-faceted wealth management needs, Scott’s personalized approach takes a broad overview of clients’ entire financial lives. To aid him in addressing their unique financial priorities, he is backed by a team of specialists who can offer the global capabilities and resources of the Private Bank.
Scott welcomes the opportunity to provide custom lending and credit solutions for clients’ short-term liquidity needs and long-term financial goals. He can help create tailored, sophisticated strategies for the acquisitions of commercial real estate, luxury yachts, personal aircraft, fine art and collectables.*
Scott has been with Bank of America and its predecessor banks since 1987. During his tenure, he has held various roles in wealth management, including Premier Banking and Investment Client Manager, Mortgage Loan Officer, and International Banking Officer. He joined the Private Bank (formerly U.S. Trust) in 2017. Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Miami University and his M.B.A. from the University of Michigan.
A resident of the Washington D.C. metro area for many years, Scott currently resides in Maryland. He serves as president of the board for the Constellation Theatre Company and has served in a variety of volunteer leadership positions, including several years on the finance committee for the Studio Theatre Company in Washington D.C. Scott is also involved with the Bank of America Community Volunteers, for which he has helped coordinate employee volunteers for a number of organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, Community Improvement Day, and several local food banks.
Nonfinancial assets, such as closely-held businesses, real estate, oil, gas and mineral properties, and timber, farm and ranch land, are complex in nature and involve risks including total loss of value. Special risk considerations include natural events (for example, earthquakes or fires), complex tax considerations, and lack of liquidity. Nonfinancial assets are not suitable for all investors.
*Some or all alternative investment programs may not be in the best interest of certain investors. No assurance can be given that any alternative investment’s investment objectives will be achieved.