Brett T. AlisonBrett T. Alison
Executive Director
Wealth Advisor

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About Brett

Brett Alison is an Executive Director and Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Brett delivers financial advisory and investment services to senior-level executives, business owners, multigenerational affluent families, retirees and university endowments. He finds his clients' financial achievement and success in reaching their goals to be personally gratifying and derives energy from witnessing the positive changes in their lives.

Brett takes a disciplined, planning-based approach, in which he focuses on educating clients on current markets and the economic landscape, sharing insights on the conditions that can affect their portfolios, and helping them make informed investment decisions. He adjusts asset allocation to take advantage of dislocations in global markets, adhering to a formula that encompasses research, technical analysis and due diligence, backed by fundamental principles that balance performance, risk and volatility.

In a financial services career spanning more than two decades, Brett began as a financial advisor at Prudential Securities. He ultimately partnered with his father to form a team at Wachovia Securities (now Wells Fargo), which moved to J.P. Morgan in 2006.

A graduate of The College of Charleston, Brett earned a B.S. in Business Administration and was a collegiate swimmer and NCAA Scholar-Athlete. He has competed in more than two dozen global marathons and triathlons, including for Team USA in the World Triathlon Championships in Budapest, Hungary in 2010, and two full Ironman races.

Brett and his wife, Leslie, live in Atlanta with their son, Dax, and their puppy, Piper. Active in the community, Brett volunteers for Mercy Care, Trinity House, Our Lady of Assumption (OLA) and as a mentor at Atlanta Youth Academy.



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