Wilmington Trust Corp. of Delaware announced Tuesday that it has hired six executives for its wealth advisory services office in Boston.
William M. Parizeau, vice president and managing director, oversees the newly formed family office services group of Wilmington Trust FSB, with plans to serve the New England area.
He was a director and a trust and estates attorney at Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster LLP in Boston. Before that he was a lawyer at Verrill & Dana in Portland, Maine.
Paul K. Mutch was hired as a vice president and managing director to run Wilmington Trust wealth advisory services group. He worked for the wealth management group at Vitale, Caturano and Co. in Boston. Before that he worked for Ernst & Young LLP's personal financial services group.
Christopher C. Spellman was hired as a vice president and senior private client adviser. He worked for Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. as an assistant vice president and wealth management adviser serving high-net-worth clients.
Robert L. Rudnick was hired as a vice president and senior relationship manager. He worked for U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, where he specialized in trust administration and portfolio management.
George J. Kimball was hired as a vice president and portfolio manager. He was a portfolio manager for JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s private bank.
Michael A. Mascaro was hired as an associate portfolio manager. He was an equity research associate for SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.