Matthew J. GrahamMatthew J. Graham, AIF®
Vice President
Wealth Advisor

"As the number of financial advisors in the United States continues to decline, our team is expanding and developing new capabilities to better meet the needs of multi-generational clients."

About Matthew

Matthew Graham advises company founders, owners and senior executives on a broad range of corporate and personal matters including business strategy, capital planning and liquidity and asset management. He delivers end-to-end services and capabilities of the bank to meet unique needs of families and businesses with high level of personal care. Matt joined J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in 2016 through the company's Executive Development Program. Prior to J.P. Morgan, he was an officer in the U.S. Navy serving in a variety of roles within Search and Rescue, Surface Operations, and Special Warfare with multiple deployments and awards. Matt earned a B.S. in Engineering and History from the U.S. Naval Academy and a MBA from Southern Methodist University. While stationed in Southern California, he also studied Systems Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School and worked as a licensed real estate investment advisor. Matt is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary AIF®. In his free time Matt serves as a regional admissions officer for the Naval Academy, on the Naval Academy North Texas Alumni Board and is a board member for Folds of Honor.

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