Mark Mulvoy

Mark Mulvoy

Wealth Manager, First Republic Investment Management
Greenwich
Industry Accolades
  • Best-In-State Wealth Advisors
    Forbes, 2021

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Mark Mulvoy

Wealth Manager, First Republic Investment Management
Greenwich
  • Wealth Management Experience Since 2007
    Mark (Duke) Mulvoy is a Managing Director and Wealth Manager at First Republic Investment Management. Prior to joining First Republic Investment Management in 2015, Mr. Mulvoy was a Principal at Constellation Wealth Advisors where he served as a member on the firm's Investment Committee. Previously, Mr. Mulvoy was a Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management. Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, Mr. Mulvoy spent almost seven years at Quebecor World, a leader in the commercial printing industry, as a consumer magazine sales executive.
  • Community Involvement
    Active in his local community, Mr. Mulvoy currently serves on the board of The Seeing Eye, a nonprofit organization which raises guide dogs for the visually impaired. Past community involvements include a former President of the Salisbury School (CT) Alumni Council as well as serving a three year term on the school's Board of Trustees. In 2011, Mr. Mulvoy was appointed to the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of the Academy of Certified Portfolio Managers for a two year term.
  • Professional Designation
    He has also obtained the CERTIFIED PORTFOLIO MANAGER™ designation from the Academy of Certified Portfolio Managers, ACPM, at Columbia University.
  • Education
    Mr. Mulvoy earned his Bachelor of Arts from Boston College and was a member of the Varsity Lacrosse team.
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