BNY Mellon has bolstered its wealth management office in Tampa with the addition of two senior professionals to its staff. The two new team members are Susan Kubar who joined as vice president, senior fiduciary officer, last month, and Scott Givens who joined as senior director, portfolio management, earlier this year, the bank announced today.

Kubar was previously a family wealth advisor at wealth management firm GenSpring, where she was responsible for cash flow and liquidity analysis, coordinating credit and banking needs as well as tax and estate planning. Prior to that, she was a partner at Quarles & Brady LLP for nine years.

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