U.S. Bank’s high-net-worth wealth management unit is sticking to its strategy despite a sudden change in leadership at the top.

“We are not taking any abrupt turns,” Mike Ott, the unit’s new president, said in a recent telephone interview. Ott stepped into his new role in late October after Michael Boardman, the former president of the bank’s Private Client Reserve unit, accepted a position as CEO of Chase Wealth Management at JPMorgan Chase.

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