BNY Mellon has bolstered its wealth management office in Chicago with the addition of three financial professionals — Julie Pully, Catherine Schulze and Lee Woolley — to its staff. Pully joined the team as a senior portfolio manager and will work with clients on their wealth and investment planning strategies. Schulze joined as a private banking specialist and will provide banking services to high-net-worth clients. Woolley will work closely with Regional President Michael DiMedio on sales and marketing efforts throughout the region, the firm said in a statement.

The trio brings the total staff to 19, up from 12 a year ago when the firm purchased the asset management business of Chicago-based Talon Asset Management.

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