David Joyslin, Linda Rees-Christianson, and William Sanden are the newest members of the wealth management business, which caters to the needs of high net worth individuals and institutions. Joyslin was previously a trust administrative officer for US Trust, while Rees-Christianson moves in from Burr Oak Group. Sanden, who was also named vice president, steps in from Wells Fargo Bank, where he served as trust officer. All three will be located at US Bank's Nicolet Mall branch.
The appointments come on the heels of Heidi Steiger's hire as president of the Atlantic region for the Private Client Reserve in early December.
US Bank provides wealth management services through four of its divisions: The Private Client Reserve, the Private Client Gopu, US Bancorp Investments, and US Bancorp Insurance Services. The Private Client Reserve has 43 offices in 18 US states and has $33.5 billion in assets under management.