- Who We Are
- What We Offer
- Solutions for You
- Commercial & Institutional
- Wealth Management
The dedicated professionals at Wintrust Wealth Services have the experience
and resources to help clients amass, manage, preserve and transfer their wealth to make their financial goals a reality. Wintrust Wealth Services provides traditional and innovative solutions for even the most complicated issues concerning significant wealth. Clients receive the highest degree of personalized attention to ensure that each decision will be the right one.
Private Bankers at Wintrust Wealth Services understand the importance of robust and coordinated solutions to maximize growth, protect assets, and manage cash flow. Wintrust’s Wealth Services division has the strength of all that the Wintrust Company has to offer. With the tools and services that Wintrust provides as a foundation, Wintrust Wealth Services is able to meet each client’s needs on a personalized basis with the utmost privacy.
We believe that in today’s ever more complex financial world, it takes a team of professionals with wide-ranging experience, working together, to achieve your goals. The Wealth Services team has priority access to the multi-faceted professionals throughout the Wintrust organization, including The Chicago Trust Company, Wintrust Capital Management, Wayne Hummer Investments, Wintrust Commercial Banking, Wintrust Commercial Realty Advisors and Wintrust Business Credit. Our services include, but are not limited to:
Trust & Estate Services
Banking products provided by Wintrust Financial Corp. banks (Member FDIC and Equal Housing Lender). Mortgage products provided by Wintrust Mortgage, a division of Barrington Bank and Trust Company N.A. and affiliate of all Wintrust banks. NMLS # 449042. Securities and insurance offered through Wayne Hummer Investments (Member FINRA/SIPC), founded in 1931. Trust and Asset Management services offered by The Chicago Trust Company, N.A. and Great Lakes Advisors, LLC, respectively. Investment products such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds are not insured by the FDIC or any federal government agency, not bank guaranteed or a bank deposit, and may lose value.