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Michael S. Nutter

Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor

B.S. (Business Administration), Michigan State University

Michael serves as a senior vice president and wealth advisor in Argent Trust’s Dallas market. He has over 45 years of fiduciary wealth management experience with a focus on providing service to high net worth families.

Prior to joining Argent, Michael most recently served as regional manager for trust administration with Frost Bank. Before that, he was trust team Leader for Chase Bank and J.P. Morgan Private Bank.

Michael graduated from Michigan State University in 1970 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

Dallas

3838 Oak Lawn Avenue Suite 1715, Dallas, Texas 75219

(469) 708-3110

Dallas-Fort Worth

3838 Oak Lawn Avenue Suite 1715, Dallas, Texas 75219

(469) 708-3110

3838 Oak Lawn Avenue Suite 1715, Dallas, Texas 75219

Provided Services

Trusts & Estate Planning

Trusts & Estate Planning

With 30 years of expertise serving as sole Trustee, Co-Trustee, and Directed Trustee for thousands of clients, Argent can expertly serve the multi-generational financial needs of your family.

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Wealth Management

Wealth Management

Our expert advisors can assist with preserving and growing wealth through tax and risk management, planning for the transfer of wealth, carrying out philanthropic goals and consulting on the preservation of family vision and preparing heirs.

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