John Bonvetti Joins Bryn Mawr Trust Wealth Management as Senior Vice President, Senior Investment Advisor

Bryn Mawr, Pa., August 8, 2019 – Bryn Mawr Trust (Bryn Mawr Trust), wholly owned by Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: Bryn Mawr TrustC), announced today that John M. Bonvetti, Jr., CFP®, has joined the wealth division as a Senior Vice President and Senior Investment Advisor. Mr. Bonvetti reports directly to Mark Bradford, Wealth Director at Bryn Mawr Trust’s new Berwyn, Pa. location.

He is responsible for identifying new business opportunities and for advising select individuals and institutions on their investment plans. He will leverage Bryn Mawr Trust’s full range of products and services – wealth management, insurance, and banking – to deliver outcomes that meet or exceed client goals and objectives.

“John’s domestic and international finance experience will be of significant value to our clients, his team of advisors, and the entire Bryn Mawr Trust wealth division,” said Bradford. “Throughout his career, he has consistently proven himself as a trusted advisor and as a leader who provides results. John has an impressive skill set in terms of financial planning strategies and tactics that will serve Bryn Mawr Trust well as we continue to grow.”

John has more than 15 year’s of financial services experience. Most recently, he was a vice president and Private Banker at Bank of N.T. Butterfield and Son Limited in Hamilton, Bermuda. He also worked at HSBC Bank in Bermuda as a Premier Relationship Manager. There, he managed a portfolio of high-net-worth clients and mentored junior staff members. Locally, John spent seven years at J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Philadelphia, where he provided asset management, banking, trust, credit, custody, and insurance services.

John holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and a certificate in financial planning from University of Delaware. John is a founder of Kayaking for Kids, a Bermuda-based charity that has raised more than $30,000 for an area children’s nonprofit.