About John

John Ravara is a Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

John's focus is to help his high-net-worth clients and their families navigate their wealth journey. His practice comprises owners of mid-sized and larger, developed businesses, for whom he offers guidance on liquidity events and managing the forthcoming assets. John provides access to J.P. Morgan's commercial bank and other business lines. He also serves professionals in the medical field, handling their personal wealth management concerns so they can focus on their dayto-day priorities.

John's extensive network empowers him to connect with other professionals in delivering different approaches and strategies to address his clients' individualized needs. He is known for going the extra mile to find the answers they seek and helping remove hurdles that stand in the way. He credits his personal qualities of responsiveness and patience as key contributors to being available to clients as needed and helping them realize the future they envision.

John's career spans a decade, all of which has been spent at J.P. Morgan. He was recruited out of college to join J.P. Morgan Chase as a Relationship Banker and was a Private Banker for six years before assuming his current Wealth Advisor role.

A graduate of Loyola University in Chicago, John earned a B.B.A. in Business Administration and Management with a minor in Economics.

A first-generation American whose parents emigrated from The Philippines, John was born and raised in Chicago. Although he came from humble beginnings, his mother and father instilled in him the value of hard work in achieving the American Dream.

John lives in Wrigleyville, just two blocks from Wrigley Field, where he can hear the Chicago Cubs play their home baseball games. A fitness guru, he works out at the gym five days a week. This discipline and consistency are traits he carries over into his professional life.

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