BNY Mellon Wealth Management says it made four hires to bolster its presence in New York Tri-State region.

Scott Rickman, who has more than two decades of experience in the financial services industry, has joined the firm as client strategist from JPMorgan Chase Bank, where he was as a private client advisor, according to BNY Mellon Wealth.

Rickman previously held roles in wealth management at Merrill Lynch’s private banking and investment group and at UBS, BNY Mellon Wealth says.

In addition, Wing Wilson, who’s been in the industry for over 15 years, has joined the firm as regional fiduciary manager for New York Tri-State from Citi, where she served as trust officer, according to BNY Mellon Wealth.

Wilson previously served as senior trust officer at JP Morgan and a paralegal at Hill, Ullman & Erwin, BNY Mellon Wealth says.

Marcy Morgan, meanwhile, joins the company as principal, tasked with developing and implementing strategic plans for managing credit and treasury management solutions for high-net-worth and ultra-HNW clients, according to BNY Mellon Wealth.

Morgan joins the firm from First Republic Bank, where she was a managing director, prior to which she was managing director and head of equity financing, specialty finance group at Wells Fargo Private Bank and managing director and private banker at Deutsche Bank, BNY Mellon Wealth says.

In all, Morgan has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, according to the firm.

Finally, Leighton Cameron joins BNY Mellon Wealth as senior wealth manager from TIAA, where he served as a senior portfolio manager, BNY Mellon Wealth says.

Previously he was a portfolio manager at U.S. Trust, a financial analyst, airport customer service finance at Delta Air Lines and an intern at JP Morgan, according to BNY Mellon Wealth.

Wilson, Cameron and Morgan are based in New York City while Rickman is based in Greenwich, Connecticut, and all four report to John Ippolito, regional president for New York Tri-State, the company says.