About Maureen

Maureen Wilson is a Vice President and Wealth Advisor with J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

As a founder of The Parvey Wilson Group, Maureen works closely with executives, affluent individuals and families to deliver high-touch services that address a full range of wealth management needs. She taps the global capabilities of J.P. Morgan to help clients navigate retirement planning, education and health care funding, estate planning and concentrated stock/options strategies. Her holistic planning approach—incorporating attorneys, accountants and other specialists—enables her to guide families on the ever-changing needs they experience at each stage of life.

Maureen cares deeply about her clients, both personally and financially and feels the deep-seated relationships she forges with each family are the best part of her role. Her goal is to present a clear vision of an achievable road map that delivers a sense of peace that they are on the right path.

Before joining J.P. Morgan in 2023, Maureen spent a decade at Merrill Lynch as a Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor and Senior Portfolio Advisor. Maureen earned a B.A. from Messiah University. She completed Financial Planning courses through Boston University and holds the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) designation.

Passionate about contributing to her community, Maureen coaches youth sports, volunteers at local organizations and is active in her church. She and her husband and children live in Auburn, Massachusetts.



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