Wilmington Trust, a US wealth management company, has hired Lawrence E. Gore as managing director and senior private client adviser in its wealth advisory services business in the Northeast region.
Gore will work in the New York office of Wilmington Trust FSB.
Gore has been a wealth adviser in New York for more than 30 years. He began his career with J.P. Morgan and later spent 18 years at UBS Financial Services and its predecessor firms. In his last role there, Gore served as managing director and head of the corporate and executive services group.
Most recently, Gore was senior vice president and managing director of Herald National Bank, where he was head of wealth management.
"Larry brings tremendous experience and broad expertise to Wilmington Trust," says Roger W. Hobby, president of the Northeast region for wealth advisory services. "His knowledge of our business and his ability to pull together the advisory resources needed to effectively serve complex needs will make him a significant asset to our clients."
Wilmington Trust has also added Pete Dawkins, the former vice chairman of Citigroup Private Bank, to the advisory board of Wilmington Trust FSB, New York. Dawkins has been an athlete, student, military officer, and business executive. After 24 years in the US Army, Dawkins held senior positions at Lehman Brothers, Bain, Primerica Financial Services, Traveler’s Insurance, and Citigroup.
"Pete’s tremendous success in so many endeavours, including in the wealth management industry, has earned him deep respect and a truly unique place in American life," says Murray Stoltz, president of Wilmington Trust FSB, New York. "We are delighted and proud that he has agreed to serve on this advisory board for our clients."