Northern Trust Appoints Dallas-Fort Worth Market President

Dotti Reeder, who was most recently managing director at Tolleson Wealth Management, will oversee offices at Saint Ann Court, Park Cities, and Fort Worth, focusing on delivering strong service, expertise, and an innovative goals-driven wealth management approach for high-net-worth clients.

Northern Trust, a Chicago-based financial services company, has appointed Dotti Reeder as market president of Dallas-Fort Worth, where she will lead the wealth management business serving high-net-worth individuals and families.

“Dotti’s lifelong commitment to Dallas, along with her deep expertise advising clients and leading people, further strengthens our commitment to the community,” Michele Havens, West Region president of Northern Trust Wealth Management, said in a statement, emphasizing that Northern Trust is “passionate about this market” and that Reeder “will significantly add to our longstanding, extraordinary franchise in Texas.”

According to Northern Trust, Reeder will oversee offices at Saint Ann Court, Park Cities, and Fort Worth dedicated to delivering strong service, expertise, and an innovative goals-driven wealth management approach for clients.

Most recently, Reeder served as managing director at Tolleson Wealth Management, where she led the strategy for advising multi-generational families on all aspects of wealth management. Before that, Reeder was a managing director at JP Morgan for 12 years.

With a career spanning more than three decades, Reeder has held active roles in areas such as securities trading, investment management, trust administration, financial planning, and estate planning.

Northern Trust Wealth Management offers holistic wealth management services for affluent individuals and families, family offices, foundations and endowments, and privately held businesses.

As of Dec. 31, 2023, the firm had $402.5 billion in assets under management.

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