Fiduciary Trust Company International, a wealth management firm headquartered in New York City, has added five senior executives.
Paul Nolle, Jr., joins as managing director and senior portfolio manager; Elisa Shevlin Rizzo joins as managing director and trust counsel; William Criss, Jr. and Christopher Browne join as managing directors in business development; and John Genova joins as vice president in tax services.
"Fiduciary Trust understands the importance of integrated wealth management to the success of each client’s multi-generational needs and aspirations," says Henry P. Johnson (pictured), president and chief executive officer. "Since opening our doors in 1931, we have offered our clients a holistic approach to managing their wealth. Each one of these seasoned professionals builds on that approach by bringing a wealth of expertise and a commitment to personalised service."
Nolle joins the firm’s New York office with more than 30 years of wealth management experience. He is responsible for managing individual and trust portfolios and is a member of the firm’s equity strategy committee. Prior to his current role, Nolle served as managing director and senior portfolio manager for Deutsche Bank’s private wealth management division, where he provided customised investment solutions for individuals, families and institutions.
Rizzo brings nearly ten years of legal experience to her new role as a senior trusts and estates adviser. Based in New York, she acts as trust counsel, providing guidance on issues confronting executors and trustees and advice concerning all aspects of estate planning. Prior to joining Fiduciary Trust, Rizzo was counsel at Cummings & Lockwood.
Criss and Browne both join the San Mateo office of Fiduciary Trust International of California. Criss has nearly 40 years of experience in banking and wealth management and is responsible for building new relationships with individuals and families. He has worked for some of the world’s leading financial institutions including his most recent position as group head and regional manager at HSBC Private Bank in San Francisco.
Browne, a CFA charter holder, has close to 20 years of experience in investments and is responsible for building new investment and trust relationships with individuals and families. He joins from CCMP Partners, where he was a portfolio manager for six years.
Genova brings more than ten years of tax experience to his new position, working primarily with wealthy families. Before joining Fiduciary Trust in New York, he was a tax manager at Ernst & Young and Marks Paneth & Shron.