First Republic Bank, a private bank and wealth management company, announced that Richard Grande and Alphonse Antonitis, two highly experienced financial advisors, have joined First Republic in Boston.
According to a release, Grande and Antonitis, who combined have more than 60 years of investment experience, have both been named Managing Directors and Investment Consultants. They work for First Republic Private Wealth Management and are located at First Republic'sBoston office at 160 Federal Street.
First Republic said First Republic Private Wealth Management provides customized wealth management solutions, including trust, investment management and brokerage services, to high net worth individuals and families, foundations, and endowments. First Republic Private Wealth Management complements First Republic's private banking and business banking capabilities delivered with exceptional client service.
"Richard Grande and Alphonse Antonitis are highly regarded investment professionals in Boston and strengthen our expanding team of wealth advisors and investment specialists in the region," said Katherine August-deWilde, President and Chief Operating Officer of First Republic Bank. "Al and Dick have long track records of success in helping individuals and families grow and preserve wealth across generations."
First Republic noted that Grande has 35 years of investment experience and most recently was Senior Vice President and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley. Grande is active in Boston community organizations. He currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of Boston Healthcare for the Homeless and is President of the Board of Trustees for 100 Southern Artery, a facility for the elderly.
Antonitis, a Certified Financial Planner, has 27 years of investment experience and most recently was First Vice President and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley. Antonitis is also active in Boston community organizations. He is currently a board member of the Boston Area Youth Soccer League and was on the Board of Visitors for the Fenn School in Concord.
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