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Wealth Management Expert

Pamela Lucina

Chief Fiduciary Officer, Trust & Advisory Practice Leader

Pam Lucina is the President of The Northern Trust Institute, Chief Fiduciary Officer and Trust & Advisory Practice Executive. Pam works to assist clients and Northern Trust partners in achieving their goals through the use of world class tools and techniques while keeping an eye on the human element of wealth and family dynamics.

Prior to joining Northern, Pam was with BNY Mellon where she held the national role of Executive Director for their Wealth Management Advice, Planning and Fiduciary Services practice. Before that she was with JPMorgan providing wealth and estate planning services, and also spent 10 years in private practices as a tax consultant with Arthur Andersen, and in the trusts and estates departments of both Levin Schroeder and Mayer Brown law firms.

Pam has a strong background in wealth, tax, philanthropic and business owner planning; she also brings expertise in next generation education, governance and global family office matters.

She is a recognized leader and speaker within the Estate and Trust legal community.

She is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Pam is a member of the National Services Leadership Team, and the Wealth Management Executive Leadership Team. These groups oversee the direction of our Wealth Management Business.

Lucina earned her bachelor’s degree from Marquette University in Business Administration and Management (BS) and her Doctor of Law (JD), Taxation from DePaul University.

Pam is a member of the Planned Giving Boards for these three Chicago institutions: The Steppenwolf Theater, Shedd Aquarium, The Hadley School for the Blind.