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Forbes

Top Wealth Management Teams Best-In-State
2023

About Stephen

Stephen Greene is a Vice President and Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Stephen joined the firm in 2023 with his colleagues from First Republic, where he was a Vice President and Wealth Manager. Prior to that, he was a Senior Wealth Planner at Merrill Lynch and UBS. In 2008, Stephen began his career as a Registered Representative at the Ayco Company, a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs.

Inspired by the clients he serves and the lives they lead, Stephen enjoys the dynamic nature of his role – assisting with cash management, exit, estate and tax planning strategies, as well as interacting with investment bankers, CPAs and attorneys.

More than anything, Stephen feels fortunate to work directly with clients who appreciate the value he provides. Stephen recognizes that clients' goals don't always have dollar signs in front of them. Instead, they are often defined by "people and purpose."

Stephen earned a Bachelor's from SUNY Oneonta. He is a Chartered Financial Consultant®(ChFC®) and a Chartered Retirement Planning CounselorSM (CRPC®).

A "courageous" sports fan, Stephen follows in the footsteps of his father, a proud Buffalo Bills supporter, even while living in New England. Specifically, he resides in Braintree, Massachusetts with his wife, Julie, a teacher, and their two young sons.

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