Brian Zwerner utilizes his 20 years of financial industry experience as a Senior Advisor to Provider Web Capital.
He previously served as Senior Vice President of FIG Partners’ fixed-income business. FIG Partners is an employee-owned boutique investment bank that specializes in providing services to financial institutions. Brian Zwerner’s department focuses on consulting with banks on their fixed-income securities and derivatives, offering them portfolio reviews and recommendations, price verification, and risk assessment.As a Senior Vice President at FIG Partners, Brian Zwerner played an integral role in launching the fixed-income business at the company in 2010. Prior to this, he held several roles of leadership that facilitated him in his current position. At Bank of America, Zwerner was the Managing Director and Head of Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Rates. He managed trading books with annual revenues of over $250 million and oversaw teams of sales, traders, and structurers who provided derivative products in various regional markets. Meanwhile, at Wachovia Bank, he similarly managed a $75 million trading book of fixed-income structured derivatives. After nine years of supervisory roles at Bank of America and Wachovia Bank, Zwerner helped establish Vertical Capital Solutions, LLC., an Atlanta and New York-based consulting firm that offers valuation and risk management services.Brian Zwerner was educated at the renowned Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 1995, he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. Following his professional success, he decided to establish the Zwerner Endowed Scholarship in 2005 to assist one student at the Wharton School with the cost of education.
Zwerner lives in Atlanta with his wife and two children. He devotes significant time to charitable activities. He currently serves as the Director of Fundraising for Respect Game Sports, a youth basketball program in Atlanta that serves over 100 children. For the second year in a row, Respect Game's fourth grade team placed #2 in the state of Georgia and will represent the state at the AAU National Championship.