Podcast | 09.12.23
BISA Portfolio Podcast: The Evolution of the Wealth Client
Truist's Jacinda Norvell and Huntington's Mike Miroballi, BISA president, join host Jeff Hartney, BISA executive director, to discuss how the typical wealth client is evolving and changing. Here are a few highlights you won't want to miss in this episode of the BISA Portfolio Podcast:
- How the needs and expectations of the wealth client have changed
- Effective strategies to meet clients at different life stages
- Ensuring clients receive tailored financial solutions
- How to leverage technology to enhance the client experience
- Ensuring inclusivity and accessibility
- Providing value-added services to address client life goals
- Wealth transfer and intergenerational planning for high-net-worth families
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About Jacinda Norvell
Jacinda Norvell is a senior managing director and the wealth brokerage sales execution director for Truist Wealth and Trust Investment Services, Inc. offering over 25 years of financial services experience. Prior to joining SunTrust, now Truist, in 1997, Jacinda obtained both retail brokerage and institutional investment experience at The Robinson Humphrey Company and Invesco. Having worked in various management roles at SunTrust, now Truist, Jacinda currently leads sales enablement efforts for their broker/dealer focused on advisor recruiting and retention, business planning and execution for managers and advisors, and development and DEI initiatives.
About Mike Miroballi
As president of the Huntington Investment Company, Michael Miroballi is responsible for leading the strategic direction, overseeing regulatory governance and setting priorities for the business.
Michael joined Huntington in February of 2017 after spending nearly 16 years at BMO Financial Group. He has over 30 years of experience in financial services. Michael spent the early part of his career with Merrill Lynch and Citigroup as a financial advisor. He obtained his CFA designation in 2000 and transitioned to portfolio management and trust investment management with Harris Private Bank, now known as BMO Private Bank, where among his accomplishments he led the creation of BMO’s open architecture outside manager and mutual fund platform. In 2007, Michael was appointed president of the bank’s retail broker-dealer, BMO Harris Financial Advisors. As president of BMO Harris Financial Advisors, Mike led the transformation of the business to become a leader among peers in the growth of investment advisory assets under management. Likewise, as president of Huntington Investment Company, he has led the transformation of the business to become a planning-based advisory firm with advisory assets growing more than five-fold in just over five years.