Gabriel Gallante is a Managing Partner at Rockline Wealth Management. He is responsible for analyzing clients' objectives, determining strategic and tactical asset allocation models, and reviewing clients’ results. He prides himself on delivering professional, independent advice to his clients to ensure that he is always placing their interests before his own.
Prior to forming Rockline Wealth Management, Gabriel worked as a Vice President at Wells Fargo Advisors where he developed his fundamental investment knowledge. His burning passion to provide clients with an unparalleled level of service and relentless pursuit of intellectual growth quickly allowed him to become a partner in one of the premier Wealth Management practices at Wells Fargo Advisors.
Gabriel has been named to the Forbes list of Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors, he was invited to become a member of the Forbes Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only organization comprised of the most successful entrepreneurs age 45 and younger, and he qualified as a member of LPL Financial’s Chairman’s Club, which comprises the top 5% of the firm’s more than 19,000 advisors nationwide.
Originally from West Islip, New York Gabriel graduated from Gettysburg College, where he earned a BA in Organizational Management. While attending Gettysburg College, he competed on the Gettysburg Football Team.
Gabriel currently resides in West Islip, New York with his wife, Alison. Together, they enjoy spending time with family, exercising and trying new dining experiences. Gabriel especially enjoys martial arts as he has trained in Shotokan Karate for over 15 years.
The Forbes ranking of Top Next-Generation Wealth Advisors, developed by SHOOK Research, is based on an algorithm of qualitative and quantitative data, rating thousands of wealth advisors born in or after 1980. Advisors are interviewed by telephone and in person to evaluate service models, investing process, experience levels and integrity. Additional factors considered include compliance record, client retention, revenues produced for their firms and assets managed. Portfolio performance is not a criterion due to varying client objectives and lack of audited data. Neither Forbes nor SHOOK receives a fee in exchange for rankings.