Colbert G. Narcisse

Executive Vice President and Head of Advisory & Corporate Solutions


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Colbert G. Narcisse is Executive Vice President and Head of Advisory & Corporate Solutions for TIAA. He is responsible for the firm's corporate retirement, national sales, investment research, portfolio management and wealth planning businesses. Colbert and his leadership team are responsible for driving asset growth and retention, enhancing  financial wellness and retirement readiness for clients.

Colbert joined TIAA in 2019 as Head of Wealth Management and led the development and execution of the firm's comprehensive wealth management transformation strategy.  He is also a member of the Firm's Senior Leadership Team and the Executive Leadership Group.

Prior to joining TIAA, Mr. Narcisse served as Managing Director and Head of International Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for developing and implementing the firm’s wealth management strategy for non-resident clients, including high-net worth individuals, family offices, pension funds and endowments. Previously, he served as Head of Traditional and Alternative Investment Products for Morgan Stanley Global Wealth Management. Mr. Narcisse’s experience also includes more than 17 years of experience in senior management roles in both investment banking and wealth management at Merrill Lynch. He started his career as a Bank Examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Mr. Narcisse earned his undergraduate degree in Finance from New York University and a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
He is a member of the Executive Leadership Council and a former David Rockefeller Fellow.  Mr. Narcisse was named one of the Top 75 Blacks on Wall Street by Black Enterprise.  He was also named one of 2019 Haitian-American Changemakers and Ones to Watch in the U.S. by the Haitian Roundtable. Mr. Narcisse has appeared on CNBC's "Fast Money Half Time Report" and Fox Business Network's "Wall Street Week".

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