PORTLAND, Maine — Stephen Tall, president and chief executive officer of Acadia Trust, N.A., is pleased to announce that Lauren Epstein has joined the company as a senior trust officer. Epstein will serve clients in the greater Portland area with investment management advice, financial planning, estate planning and trust administration.
“We’re pleased to have Lauren join the strongest investment and trust service team in Maine,” said Stephen Tall in a press release. “As an attorney with a background in estate planning and elder law, Lauren will be a great asset to our clients who expect the highest standards of service excellence and independent management, coupled with local decision-making.”
Epstein received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communication from the State University of New York at Geneseo, and graduated from the University of Maine School of Law. Prior to joining Acadia Trust, Epstein practiced estate planning and elder law in Maine for eight years. She is admitted to the State Bars of Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
“I take very seriously our role as a trusted adviser,” said Epstein in a press release. “Our clients depend on us, not only for sound financial management and advice but for information and recommendations relating to a whole spectrum of issues. I look forward to serving as a comprehensive resource for our clients.”
Epstein serves as vice chairwoman of VNA Home Health & Hospice in South Portland, and is on the strategic planning committee of Mercy Hospital in Portland. She and her husband have one child and live in Portland.
Acadia Trust, N.A. provides comprehensive investment management and trust services for individuals, families, non-profit organizations, and companies throughout Maine and New England. With offices in Portland, Bangor, and Ellsworth, Acadia Trust is a federally chartered, non-deposit trust company and a subsidiary of Camden National Corp.