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Bank Trust Group

The PIMCO Bank Trust Group is comprised of a team of investment professionals focused on supporting the success of investment officers and wealth management professionals within banks and trust companies.

Meet the team


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Scott Spalding, CFA*

Executive Vice President

Trip Lilly, CFA*

Senior Vice President

Rafer Kingston, CFA*

Senior Vice President

Jonathan Cressy*

Senior Vice President

Alex Murray*

Vice President

Steve Hong, CFA*

Vice President

*Registered Representatives of PIMCO Investments LLC

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