Peter C. NoonanPeter C. NoonanManaging DirectorWealth Partner
Awards and Industry Recognition
Peter Noonan is an industry-recognized Managing Director and Wealth Partner with J.P. Morgan Wealth Management serving clients in Boston and New York. He has been a guest speaker at leading wealth management conferences as well as a speaker at the Barron's conference.
Managing assets in excess of 2.6 billion, Peter manages relationships for high-net-worth individuals, including athletes, entertainment professionals and private equity executives. Peter and his team carefully assess the risk profile of his clients', and then, leveraging the breadth of J.P. Morgan's extensive platform, create appropriate strategies that are designed to meet their needs. He believes his cautionary approach to managing his client's portfolios is vital to maintaining the strategy and discipline required to carefully navigate current market conditions.
Peter's initial interest in the financial markets was ignited when his grandmother, who emigrated from Ireland, gave him a book titled Understanding Wall Street when he was 15 years old. In college, he applied for and was granted an internship at Lehman Brothers, where he worked throughout his college years. He has over 30 years of financial services experience, beginning with Lehman Brothers in 1983, UBS from 1986 to 1999 and Robertson Stephens from 2000 to 2002. Peter joined J.P. Morgan in 2002.
Peter graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He and his wife, Jean, live in Weston, Massachusetts, with their four children, Jamie, Peter, Patrick and Jack, and Labrador Retriever, Blizzard. In his spare time, Peter enjoys playing golf.
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