2023 Boxers / Vincent Keaveny

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Meet Vincent Keaveny

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Vincent A. Keaveny is a Managing Director and Private Client Advisor at Bank of America Private Bank. For nearly two decades, he has lead a team providing guidance for a wide range of clients with complex financial needs. These include high-net-worth individuals, non-profit endowment committees, family foundations; private equity, venture capital and hedge fund principals; entrepreneurs and business owners, corporate executives, and high-end art collectors. Vincent helps to match specific client needs with the deep resources of the Private Bank. The objective is always to deliver specific wealth management strategies and services based on the client’s individual objectives.

Vincent attended Fordham University on a Track Scholarship and earned his M.B.A in finance from Hofstra University. He has also completed executive training at The Wharton School in Investment Management. He has a wonderful wife, three beautiful children and is active in his community.

Vincent is fighting to show his children and be an example to the youth on Long Island that we learn a lot about ourselves and others being charitable in a hands-on way. Getting involved is good and makes a difference. Helping those in need is something simple with great impact to make the world a better place. This is what drives Vincent to get in the ring. Vincent is fighting for The Suffolk Sheriff’s Foundation, which is focused on helping at risk youth and building positive relationships between law enforcement and the community. Vincent is also fighting for TIKVA (which means Hope in Hebrew). This is an orphanage in Ukraine which has very pressing needs to due to the war. Raising awareness and much-needed funds for these two charities to help youth in dire need, drives Vincent to fundraise and get in boxing shape. He is happy to take a punch if it means some of the children he is helping have one less obstacle in their lives.

Fundraising Income   $14,636   of $10,000 raised

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