About Brett Malamet

A graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, Brett Malamet began his career as a Financial Advisor Trainee with Morgan Stanley in 2003. Subsequently, he accepted a position with Wells Fargo Bank in Reno, working as a Private Banker to manage relationships and banking operations for several high-net-worth clients. During his tenure with Wells Fargo, Brett Malamet garnered extensive experience in financial analysis, portfolio structuring, and product recommendations. Nominated as top regional Private Banker in deposit and investment organic growth in 2004-2005, Brett Malamet was regarded as a role model and mentor for aspiring Private Bankers. Upon leaving Wells Fargo in 2005, Brett Malamet served with Bank of America’s Global Wealth and Investment Management Department in Incline Village, Nevada. Acting as Senior Client Manager for the institution, he fostered integral client and company relationships with premier banking clients, certified public accountants, estate planners, and attorneys, among others. By cultivating a range of investment strategies, trust services, specialized asset management, and credit structure services, Brett Malamet has consistently facilitated an annual portfolio growth exceeding 20 percent. For his achievements at Bank of America, he was distinguished as top regional credit producer from 2006 to 2011, and earned a promotion to Vice President of Private Banking & Investments. Since 2009, he has managed The Malamet Group, a four-person Merrill Lynch Financial Advisory Team, under the Merrill Lynch Wealth Management division. By implementing an integrated banking, investment, and credit recommendation group, he has created an effective model for tailoring client portfolios with regard to risk assessment and policy compliance.


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