Sabadell United Bank today announced that Louis-Albert H. Jolivert has been named a senior vice president at the bank’s headquarters at 1111 Brickell Ave. In this position, he will be responsible for working with professionals and entrepreneurs in order to help them meet their financial goals. Prior to joining Sabadell United Bank, Jolivert served as senior director of BNY Mellon Wealth Managementat BNY Mellon Financial Corporation and was also a vice president at JPMorgan Private Bank in Miami.
Jolivert holds a number of volunteer leadership positions throughout the Greater Miami community. He currently serves as the treasurer of the Miami Finance Forum and is the immediate past chairman of the board of trustees at The Miami Foundation. He is also a member of the Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs Council and the Knight Foundation’s Community Advisory Committee.
Sabadell United Bank also announced that Patrick Morris has been appointed vice president, professional banker. He will work out of the bank’s Dadeland Banking Center and is responsible for serving business professionals in meeting their financial goals. Prior to joining Sabadell United Bank, Morris served as the vice president and chief development officer at the YMCA of Greater Miami. Before this, he was the co-founder, president and CEO of Hands on Miami, a broad-based community outreach program.
Sabadell United Bank, headquartered in Miami, Florida, is a locally-managed, nationally-chartered banking institution. The bank has 23 locations throughout the state, serving more than 40,000 clients, and is the fifth largest bank in Florida by deposits. Bauer Financial Reports recognized the financial strength of the bank by awarding it a five-star rating, the highest available. Sabadell United Bank is recognized as the trusted financial advisor for professionals and businesses as well as domestic and international high-net-worth individuals.