Brevet Capital, a credit investment and specialty finance firm, appointed Mei-Li da Silva Vint chief­­ commercial officer, effective immediately. In this new role, da Silva Vint will oversee the product development and commercial strategies of the firm and continue to co-manage Brevet’s platform origination businesses, including overseeing the operations of the Brevet Real Assets Group.

A longtime executive at Brevet, da Silva Vint previously served as the firm’s chief compliance officer and navigated several of its most complex transactions. She has been instrumental in supporting Brevet’s work to fund vital research and development, the revitalization of communities, job creation and breakthroughs in sustainable development. With almost two decades of experience executing M&A, private equity and venture capital transactions, da Silva Vint possesses experience within Brevet’s core sectors of focus.

Brevet also promoted Mark A. Egert to chief compliance officer. A compliance officer and regulatory counselor, Egert joined Brevet in 2022 and most recently served as its director of compliance and managing director on the legal and compliance team.

“Mei-Li is a seasoned, savvy investment professional with a diverse and unique skillset. As chief commercial officer, she will be able to bring the full range of her creativity, strategic thinking and business acumen to bear,” Doug Monticciolo, CEO and co-founder of Brevet, said. “I’m confident she will successfully spearhead the firm’s strategic commercial initiatives. I am equally pleased to see Mark take on an expanded leadership role at the firm. His talent and commitment are great assets to Brevet. I’m thrilled to continue working alongside both Mei-Li and Mark in their respective new roles.”

“I am excited to begin a new chapter at Brevet and further support Brevet’s growth,” da Silva Vint said. “I look forward to working closely with Doug and Brevet’s talented team to identify attractive investment opportunities.”

“Brevet is an exceptional organization, and I am proud to be a part of its growth,” Egert said. “I look forward to taking on this new role and look forward to all we can accomplish in the coming years.”

Prior to joining Brevet in 2016, da Silva Vint worked in Morgan Stanley’s bank resource management division, where she covered institutional clients in fixed income and equity and structured private secured loans. She began her career at McDermott Will & Emery, where she structured and executed various cross-border financial transactions. Throughout her career, da Silva Vint has received multiple industry accolades and was named to Pensions & Investments’ Influential Women in Institutional Investing in 2023 and PEI Media’s Women of Influence in Private Markets in 2022.

Before Brevet, Egert served as chief compliance officer at multiple firms, including J.P. Morgan Investment Management (where he also was managing director and head of asset management compliance for the Americas), Brown Brothers Harriman, Cowen & Co., Yorkville Global Advisors and Voyager Digital.