LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Glenview Trust Co. has hired Anuj Rastogi to serve as corporate counsel and chief fiduciary officer and Rebecca Martin to serve as a trust professional. These hires are a direct result of the growth of Glenview Trust Company and the restructuring of staff roles as the company prepares to move into its new signature building.
Rastogi has over 20 years of legal experience, having represented high net worth individuals and families, and numerous closely held companies. His experience includes estate planning, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and business law, real estate transactions and tax law. At Glenview Trust, Rastogi will concentrate his efforts on overseeing and managing a wide array of legal related matters. He will also serve as chief fiduciary officer, leading the fiduciary side of the business.
Prior to accepting the position with Glenview Trust, Rastogi was an equity partner with the Louisville law firm of Seiller Waterman LLC.
Martin has over 18 years of specialized experience in the areas of estate and tax planning, trust administration, business succession, and charitable planning. She has broad knowledge in generating strategies that include minimizing risk, while focusing on managing and efficiently transferring a client’s wealth.
Before accepting the position with Glenview Trust, she served as a senior vice president and managing director for U.S. Bank’s Private Wealth Management, leading a team of wealth professionals responsible for providing analysis and advanced planning strategies to help clients work toward their wealth goals. Prior to her work at the bank Rebecca was a partner at Ackerson & Yann, a regional law firm located in Louisville.
Rastogi and Martin are both members of the Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations.
“We are pleased to welcome Anuj Rastogi and Rebecca Martin to the growing Glenview Trust team,” said Scott Neff, CEO of The Glenview Trust Co. “We are confident that these two individuals will bring great value to the company and our clients. Their extensive background in related work makes them both an ideal fit for the roles they have accepted.”