Tamara L. Nabergall

Senior Vice President, Senior Trust Officer

Professional Profile

Tamara Nabergall is a Senior Vice President and Senior Trust Officer with Bank of America Private Bank. Tamara joined Bank of America in 2006 and has over 30 years of experience in the legal and financial services industry. Her current responsibilities include the administration of Investment Management and Trust accounts while proactively providing advice and guidance to high net worth clients.

Prior to joining Bank of America Private Bank, Tamara held positions with Citigroup Trust, Northern Trust Bank and several local law firms.

Tamara holds a Bachelor’s in Business from Eckerd College and a Master’s in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and is a Cannon Financial Institute Trust Tax School Graduate.

Note: Tamara does not provide legal or tax advice in her role at the Private Bank

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