About Patrick Dwyer

Patrick Dwyer picAn experienced financial executive, Patrick Dwyer is a private wealth advisor at Merrill Lynch’s Miami office. After receiving his master of business administration from the University of Miami, he completed the Merrill Lynch MBA Analyst Program in New York City. Patrick Dwyer subsequently returned to Miami to begin his career as a financial advisor. After several years with the firm, he accepted an offer to join a new Merrill Lynch division, the Private Banking and Investment Group, which is designed to serve the needs of ultra-high-net-worth individuals.

Today, Patrick Dwyer serves as a managing director in the firm’s wealth management division and oversees Dwyer & Associates, which ranks among the top 10 Merrill Lynch advisory practices in the world. He works with a small number of affluent families, helping them to build wealth in the long term and to assemble diversified investment portfolios. Barron’s has named Patrick Dwyer the number-one advisor in Florida three times and among the Top 100 Financial Advisors for nine consecutive years.

Patrick Dwyer received his bachelor of arts in history and business from Providence College, where he continues to serve as a guest speaker. Currently, he serves on the board of trustees of the Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, and the Neuroscience Centers of Florida Foundation. In addition, he focuses on helping children through the Dwyer Family Foundation, which supports religious and educational organizations. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking, hiking, paddle boarding, and cooking with his children.

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