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Market Street Trust Company, a multi-family office providing independent wealth management services for high-net worth families and individuals, has hired Rosa Dolce as director, client service in the firm’s New York City office.

Dolce served previously in senior fiduciary and wealth management positions with leading banks.
 
Dolce will be responsible for managing client relationships both at the individual and trust levels, focusing on trust and estate planning and advising clients. She will report to Rob Elliott, vice chairman and head of the New York City office, and Rachel Sherman, vice president, client service.
 
"Rosa has served impressively as a client adviser for many years, and will be a tremendous asset to the team at Market Street, where client service is our culture," says Marianne Young, president and CEO of Market Street Trust. "We are delighted to add to our New York City office someone with such deep and relevant experience."
 
Prior to joining Market Street, Dolce was a senior trust officer and vice president at JP Morgan Private Bank in New York City. Previously, she was a senior fiduciary specialist and vice president at BNY Mellon Wealth Management.
 
An attorney, Dolce worked as an estates administration specialist with Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller and began her career with Jankoff & Gabe.
 
"Given the growth of our New York City office's client base, we are delighted to find a Wealth Advisor with Rosa's excellent experience, knowledge, skills and commitment to serving client families," says Elliott.
 
"Rosa brings important know-how in serving high net worth clients," says Sherman. "She has focused her career as a fiduciary, both as a trusts and estates attorney, and as a wealth management professional. Clients come first to Rosa, and that is very much the ethos at Market Street."

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