Breanne (Bre) Romeo Private Banker Cincinnati Private Bank Team

Breanne (Bre) Romeo, a Fifth Third Private Banker, helps manage your day-to-day banking needs while also providing deposit and lending guidance. Breanne (Bre) works with team members throughout our various services departments to ensure all of your financial needs are addressed.


Bre was offered a full-scholarship as a member of the Track & Field team at Youngstown State University, where she earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, with a major in Accounting, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2011. She pursued graduate school, immediately after, and obtained her MBA in Business Management in 2013.

Professional Experience & Areas of Focus

Bre Romeo is a Private Banker in the Investment Wealth & Asset Management group for Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati. In her role, Bre works with high net worth individuals and affluent families, as their leverage and liquidity specialist. She provides cash flow and lending expertise alongside a team of highly specialized investment professionals in the delivery of planning, investment management, and advisory services to our Private Bank clients. She works collaboratively with client advisors, internally and externally, to deliver customized wealth management solutions. Bre is focused on creating a personalized client experience in the Private Bank, by developing authentic, lasting relationships with clients to understand their personal and financial objectives.
Prior to accepting this role in 2014 at Fifth Third, Bre worked in public accounting at a local Cincinnati firm, Barnes Dennig, where she gained experience in tax and audit preparation. Bre also has a passion for recruiting and developing young talent, and played a role in campus recruiting efforts and new hire selection at BD.

Personal & Community Participation

Bre was born & raised in Youngstown, Ohio and moved to Cincinnati in 2013. She currently lives in Oakley, and is involved in a variety of community organizations. She is serving as a board member for East End Adult Education Center, and is actively involved in programming efforts for Camp Joy and The Karen Wellington Foundation for Living with Breast Cancer.