About Sylvia

Sylvia Villalpando is a Client Service Administrator at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

With more than four decades of experience in wealth management, Sylvia offers hands-on knowledge and a heartfelt ability to relate to clients, sharing the insight and wisdom she has gained from supporting an accomplished clientele. An integral member of The Barnes Chung Lally Group, Sylvia is a source of continuity for families, intimately familiar with their preferences, interests and needs. To each relationship, she offers warmth, attentiveness, and an eagerness to make clients' lives simpler and easier. Within the team, Sylvia assists in all administrative and client-service functions, while also mentoring other Client Associates to help them gain facility with firm processes and routines.

Sylvia has worked with Joe Lally Senior for more than 35 years, providing a strong sense of stability to clients and their families. Prior to moving to J.P. Morgan Wealth Management with her team in 2023, she was a Senior Client Service Associate with First Republic Private Wealth Management. Her career also includes more than 30 years at UBS and its predecessor firm, PaineWebber, as well as a tenure with Hambrecht & Quist, where she focused on the needs of high-net-worth clients and institutions. She began her career in 1984 at Kidder Peabody as a Sales Associate.

Sylvia and her husband live in Glendale and have two sons. In her free time, Sylvia loves to go to the movies and explore new restaurants in and around Los Angeles. She has rediscovered her love of painting, particularly watercolors. Weekends and evenings, you will often find her cooking and baking—two of her culinary pleasures.



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