U.S. Bank’s Private Client Reserve has made three senior vice president appointments in Florida:

Gwendolyn Boykin joins The Private Client Reserve office in Palm Beach, Fla., as a senior vice president and senior trust officer. Boykin will collaborate with high-net-worth individuals, families and charitable organizations and provide trust and estate administration services. Boykin brings more than 30 years of experience to her new position, most recently as a senior vice president for Northern Trust.

Nicholas Pollard has also been appointed senior vice president and banking manager for The Private Client Reserve in Palm Beach. Pollard will provide specialized lending services and oversee the day-to-day management of financial activities for high-net-worth clients. Pollard most recently served as a senior vice president for Northern Trust and managed the Palm Beach private bank prior to that.

Jack Randall will serve as a senior vice president and wealth management advisor for the Naples, Fla., Private Client Reserve office. With 40 years of financial planning and wealth management experience, Randall will develop customized investment strategies for high-net-worth individuals and families. Randall joins U.S. Bank from Abbot Downing’s Naples office, where he served as director. He was also a founding principal of Lowry Hill.

Baird has added 20-year industry veteran Baron Becker as a vice president and financial advisor to its Portland, Maine, wealth management office. Previously, Becker served as a vice president and financial advisor for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and as a principal trader and investment executive at Paine Webber.

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