Brian Mormile Keeps Bead On Shifting Investment Landscape As The Area Chief For Bank Of America Wealth Management
Written by Miami Today on November 15, 2007
Harley-riding private wealth manager Brian Mormile joined Bank of America in Miami in June 1988 as a management trainee. He had spent most of his career working in the Miami-Dade market managing commercial relationships before moving into the wealth management business in November 2006.
He currently serves as the market executive for U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Management, leading the bank’s wealth management efforts in South Florida (Miami-Dade and Monroe counties) and serving as guide and counselor to help clients make the most of their money — tailoring each strategy individually to meet needs and goals.
Mr. Mormile grew up in Amsterdam, NY, and moved to Miami in 1984 to attend the University of Miami. He graduated cum laude in 1988, earning a bachelor degree in Business Administration-Finance. Mr. Mormile is also a 1993 graduate of Florida International University, where he received a master’s in Business Administration and successfully completed FIU’s International Bank Management Program.
Mr. Mormile is actively involved in many civic organizations and community affairs in South Florida. He is a member of Florida International University’s alumni circle, is a board member for the South Dade chapter of the YMCA and the Greater Miami YMCA, and is a member of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.
He has been an active participant in many of Bank of America’s community commitments and efforts, and is currently serving as the bank’s United Way campaign co-captain in South Florida. He is married to the former Jane E. Fleming of Miami and has two young children, Samantha and Patrick.
He discussed the challenges of managing wealth in today’s economy with Miami Today staff writer Wayne Tompkins. This is an excerpt from the weekly profile article published in Miami Today. To read the entire article in full, order this issue or subscribe to the print edition of Miami Today.