About Maxwell

Maxwell Hampton is a Client Associate with J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

A recent addition to The Firstman, Horncastle, Cram, Worley Group, Maxwell works alongside the other CAs, serving as the first line of contact for the team's clients and their sophisticated needs. He fields operational requests that range from onboarding and fund transfers to transaction monitoring and ad-hoc requests. Maxwell understands the importance of prioritizing the relationship side of wealth advisory. He communicates with clients in a friendly yet professional manner, going the extra mile to find the answers they seek.

Originally from St. Louis, Maxwell earned a B.S. in Mathematical Economics from Hampden-Sydney College. While in school, he worked as a data visualization specialist in the Rhetoric department, interpreting data and statistics for strategic projects to guide decision-making across funding, construction, and planning. Maxwell's work was leveraged in the design of Hampden-Sydney's COVID-19 policy recommendations. He was also an Analyst for the Tiger Fund, Hampden-Sydney College's student-managed endowment portfolio.

Maxwell has been demonstrating strong leadership and entrepreneurial skills from a young age. He is an Eagle Scout and former Senior Patrol Leader with the Boy Scouts of America. He founded and managed Computer Max, an organization aimed at 'bringing up to speed' the senior population and others whom technology left behind.

New to Atlanta, Maxwell enjoys exploring his neighborhood of Buckhead and all that the city has to offer. He has a passion for cooking, reading classical literature, and keeping up to date with the global markets.



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