By Chris Glynn
Fieldpoint Private has added four people to its client-facing team in Atlanta, Orlando and New York to keep pace with its “fast-growing” business, the Greenwich, Conn., registered investment advisor (RIA) and private bank said.
Fieldpoint named Tas Denman and Derek Grayson to its Atlanta office, Viviana Frias-Diaz to its Orlando site and Robert Pirson for its New York location, the company said.
Denman, a senior private banker, joined Fieldpoint from Cadence Bank and has worked for Fifth Think Bank, Merrill Lynch & Company and Bank of America, while Grayson, a senior commercial banker, joined Fieldpoint from Bank of America, and has worked for Fifth Third as well as BB&T.
Frias-Dias, a senior private banker, left Regions Financial Corporation for Fieldpoint. She began her investment banking career with Bank of America, Pierson, named a commercial banker for Fieldpoint, had been with M&T Bank for a decade.
Each of the new employees will also hold the title of managing director, the company explained. Fieldpoint has 115 people on staff, according to LinkedIn.
Launched in 2008, Fieldpoint has $5 billion under management for its private wealth business as well as a private banking arm managing $1 billion.
The company last month lost its chief marketing officer, Cameron Dawson, who became the first-ever chief investment officer (CIO) for NewEdge Wealth.