U.S. Trust has added eight new employees to its ranks, including 4 advisors.

The new hires at Bank of America's high-net-worth wealth management unit are spread across six states, says a spokeswoman.

Alexander Olson came on board at U.S. Trust’s office in Boston as a private client advisor. He most recently was a registered representative at New York Life Insurance Company.

Private client advisor Abraham Radmanesh joined the bank’s Kansas City, Mo., office. Previously, Radmanesh served as senior vice president and western regional sales manager for Commerce Bank’s Brokerage Services group.

Louis Cuomo has joined the Glen Rock, N.J., office as a private client advisor. Prior to the move, he worked as a financial advisor for Citi Wealth Management.  He has nine years of experience in the securities industry, according to FINRA records.

William Cohen has signed on at the bank’s Charlottesville, Va., office as a private client advisor. Prior to the move, Cohen most recently served as an executive director for J.P. Morgan for four years, according to FINRA records. He has six years of industry experience.

Four other financial professionals who joined U.S. Trust include Morgan Stickler at the Florham Park, N.J., office as senior vice president and portfolio manager. Prior to the move, he served as a portfolio manager at BlackRock, according to a released statement. 

Gina Lammey came on as senior trust officer in the bank’s Hartford, Conn., office. Previously, she served as associate attorney at Scott B. Franklin & Associates. Michael Whittemore went to the Pennington, N.J., office as a portfolio oversight manager. He joins U.S. Trust from Prestige Wealth Management Group of Flemington, N.J.

Ronald Chaidez reported to the Portland, Ore., office as a private client manager. He most recently worked at his own Portland-based privately-held CPA firm, Stefani Chaidez.

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