John “Jack” MinsonJohn “Jack” MinsonManaging DirectorWealth Partner
Jack Minson is a Managing Director and Wealth Partner at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.
Drawing on almost 30 years of both institutional investment background and ultra-high-net-worth advisory experience, Jack serves the complex asset management needs of his sophisticated client base.
Originally from Belle Harbor, New York, Jack graduated valedictorian from the Loyola School in Manhattan. He earned his B.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame with a major in Finance. Jack holds an M.B.A. from Emory University's Goizueta Business School where he graduated with distinction. While attending Notre Dame, he interned within the Institutional Equity Division of Morgan Stanley, specializing in IPO Offerings and Block Trading.
Upon graduation from his undergraduate studies in 1995, Jack joined Morgan Stanley's US Listed Options Desk in a full-time capacity. By 1997, he had transitioned to the Latin American Structured Products Group, focused on hedging transactions for large institutions. Jack's six-year tenure within the Institutional Division culminated with his assignment to the WEBS Desk where he helped create the product now known as iShares (ETFs). Looking for a new challenge, he segued into the firm's Private Wealth Management division as a founding member of the Atlanta office.
After almost 10 years of ultra-high-net-worth advisory experience, Jack left Morgan Stanley to enter the Private Wealth Management division of UBS. In 2017, he joined J.P. Morgan to provide his clients with the hands-on attention of a boutique firm coupled with the global strength of one of the most renowned financial institutions in the world.
Jack lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Robin, and their four children, Jack, Maggie, Bobby and Mary. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching youth athletic leagues and playing golf. Jack currently sits on the Advisory Council for the University of Notre Dame's Institute for Church Life and Center for Social Concerns, and serves on the Board of the Loyola School in New York. In addition, he serves on the Advisory Board of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta.
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