JPMorgan Chase & Co. is a leading global financial services firm with assets of more than $2.4 trillion, over 240,000 employees and operations in over 60 countries. It operates across four business segments including Asset & Wealth Management, Corporate and Investment Banking, Commercial Banking and Consumer and Community Banking.
J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management advises institutions, endowments, foundations and families through Asset Management and Wealth Management. Our Wealth Management business includes J.P. Morgan Private Bank, J.P. Morgan Securities and Chase Wealth Management.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank advises the world’s wealthiest families and helps them achieve their desired goals. Our teams of Advisors deliver advice, solutions and services across investments, wealth planning, credit and banking to help clients build, preserve and manage their wealth over time.
The U.S. Private Bank advises families across the U.S. through 45 offices and represents one of the largest growth opportunities for J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. In 2016, the U.S. Private Bank was recognized by Euromoney as the #1 Private Bank Overall in North America.
As a Client Advisor at the J.P. Morgan Private Bank, you are responsible for advising families on building, preserving and managing their wealth. You will use your knowledge of investments, financial planning, credit and banking to both advise current clients on all aspects of their balance sheet and drive new client acquisition. You will be part of a local team and supported by an institutional platform that has the resources, specialists and intellectual capital to help you advise clients on achieving their desired goals.
The best Client Advisors are self-starters with a proven track record of success. They are skilled problem solvers who offer specialized advice to clients. For those with an entrepreneurial spirit, a tenacity to succeed and a passion for delivering world class service to our clients, this role is an exciting opportunity to further build your career.
Our culture of performance, transparency and partnership is driven by objective, transparent goals and active teamwork to foster Advisor success. We are committed to helping you grow at all stages of your career.
As a Client Advisor, you are expected to:
Manage and maintain relationships with clients by earning trust, thoroughly understanding client needs, providing targeted advice, developing thoughtful solutions and delivering an exceptional client experience
Drive business results and acquire new assets, both from existing client base and new client acquisition
Advise clients on their overall balance sheet, including asset allocation, investment management, wealth planning, credit and banking needs
Partner with internal specialists to provide interdisciplinary expertise to clients when needed
Connect your clients across all lines of business of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
Ensure that proposed solutions fulfill clients' needs and objectives in the short, medium and long term through a holistic goals based planning approach
Strictly adhere to all risk and control policies, regulatory guidelines and security measure
Energetic and entrepreneurial business builder who thrives and excels in a competitive industry
Proactive, takes initiative, and uses critical thinking to solve problems
Focuses on the client experience and works tirelessly on the client’s behalf
Proven sales success and strong business acumen
Dynamic and credible professional who communicates with clarity and has exceptional presentation skills
Demonstrates strong organizational skills and applies a disciplined and organized approach throughout their business
Strong community presence with an established network
Experience or demonstrated understanding of investments, wealth planning, credit and banking concepts
Experience with and in-depth knowledge of the equity and fixed income markets and alternative investments, including Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Real Estate
Six plus years of work experience; Private Banking or Financial Services industry preferred
Bachelors degree required; MBA, JD, CFA, or CFP preferred
Series 7 & 63 licenses required for position; however, unlicensed candidates considered but required to obtain licenses within 120 days of start date