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DAVID PITTMAN JOINS UNION BANK AS MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE PRIVATE BANK
For Immediate Release
Stephen L. Johnson
Daniel W. Weidman
San Francisco, June 23, 2010 -- Union Bank, N.A., announced today that David Pittman has joined the company as the managing director of The Private Bank, leading the personal trust and investment management business. In this role, he will be a key member of The Private Bank management team and will lead initiatives across many areas of the wealth management business.
In addition to leading the personal trust and investment management business, Pittman will develop growth strategies for The Private Bank, and oversee specialized services, wealth planning, new product development, training, and fiduciary risk management. He will be based in Los Angeles.
"We are pleased to have someone with David's proven expertise and leadership join our team at this critical time as we continue our ambitious plans to grow the wealthmanagement business for Union Bank," said Mary A. Curran, executive vice president and head of The Private Bank.
Most recently, Pittman worked at Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati where he served as president of the investment advisors division for four years, which included the private bank, institutional services, retail brokerage and the family wealth office. Prior to that he was with Wells Fargo in Chicago for 10 years where he was a regional managing director responsible for setting the strategic direction for the bank's investment management and trust business lines. Earlier, he was a principal with American Management Systems in New York and also held management positions with Riggs National Bank and Continental Oil Company.
Pittman earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Penn State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Southern Methodist University.