The U.S. Trust executive responsible for bringing the troubled Doris Duke estate account to the New York banking company has been quietly reassigned.

Senior vice president Anthony P. Marshall is no longer U.S. Trust's estate planning chief, a spokeswoman confirmed. Mr. Marshall left the bank's Manhattan headquarters in March and relocated this week to its Princeton, N.J., office.

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