(CHARLESTON, SC – May 9, 2018) South State Bank announced that Kathryn Diminich has joined its Charleston office as a private wealth planning advisor.
As a private wealth planning advisor, Diminich helps customers identify, monitor and achieve their goals by creating customized financial plans delivered in real-time. She will also assist customers with navigating the estate, gift and income tax ramifications of their estate and financial plans.
Diminich began her career with a national public accounting firm in Greenville, S.C. in 1999 and earned her certified public accountant designation in 2001. Kathryn’s career in public accounting centered around the financial needs of high-net-worth individuals and family groups, including wealth transfer tax planning, income tax planning, philanthropic planning, business succession planning and financial planning. She also worked as a wealth planning strategist for a regional bank.
A graduate of Clemson University, Diminich earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s in professional accountancy. She is also a graduate of the Riley Institute at Furman’s Fall 2016 Diversity Leaders Initiative class.
Diminich serves on the board of the Charleston Estate Planning Council and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants, and the South Carolina Bankers Association. Diminich is a past board member of YESCarolina and a former mentor with the College of Charleston’s MBA program.
South State Corporation (NASDAQ: SSB) is a financial services company headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, with approximately $14.7 billion in assets. South State Bank, the company’s primary subsidiary, provides consumer, commercial, mortgage and wealth management solutions throughout the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia. South State has served customers since 1934. Additional information is available at SouthStateBank.com.