Faa Brimmo is a Relationship Associate at Balentine. In this role, she supports our relationship managers by providing exceptional service to Balentine’s clients. Faa plays an integral role at the firm, bolstering client retention through her ability to form meaningful relationships with those with whom she interacts, internally and externally. Faa joined the Balentine team in early 2019 after relocating from Los Angeles to be near her family. Before that, she spent eight years at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, where she was most recently a client onboarding specialist. Originally from Nigeria, Faa has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Ibadan.
BS, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (Economics)
- J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Client Onboarding Specialist
- Hendricks & Partners, Office Manager
- U.S. Trust, Senior Administrative Assistant
Where is the most exotic place you have ever been?
Nigeria, the gorgeous country where I grew up. To be Nigerian is to be artistic. We wear art on our clothes and we paint it on the walls. It’s in our music, architecture, languages, and prose. The vastness and variety of the land and people inspire the colorful, the interesting, and the exceptional.
What keeps you up at night?
I seldom have difficulty sleeping. I believe proper time management and recharging my batteries with a good night’s rest are necessities for peak performance. However, when there is something new to learn, I constantly review it in my mind until I’m sure I understand it backwards and forwards.
If you were abandoned on a deserted island, what single creature comfort would you desire most?
I would want a solar-powered device containing my entire collection of audiobooks, but I would need desalination equipment.
If you weren’t in this business, what would you be doing?
I would be a thespian, playing Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!, or something similar, such as Auntie Mame or Evita, on Broadway.
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