Christopher WimpfheimerChristopher Wimpfheimer
Managing Director
Wealth Partner

"Above all, I place emphasis on transparency and strive to deliver an excellent customer experience."

Awards and Industry Recognition

Forbes

Top Wealth Advisors Best-In State
2024 • 2023 • 2022 • 2021 • 2019
Top Next-Gen Wealth Advisors
2023 • 2021

Barron’s

Top 1,200 Financial Advisors
2024 • 2023 • 2022
Top 100 Financial Advisors
2023

About Christopher

Christopher Wimpfheimer is a Managing Director and Wealth Partner with J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

He taps his background in fixed-income and cash management strategies to offer advisory guidance for institutions and ultra-high-net-worth families.

Chris employs the skills gained from his considerable exposure to complex fixed-income portfolios. When serving his clients, he seeks to deliver conservation, consistency and growth. He leverages his knowledge and background to identify allocation trends, select securities and analyze market performance to help deliver low-volatility investments tailored for each individual.

His deep understanding of institutional environments allows Chris to offer corporate cash management, treasury services, liquidity strategies and short-duration portfolios that are targeted to help preserve capital and generate income. For high-net-worth clients, he applies these insights on a more personal level to provide a sophisticated approach to wealth management. Above all, Chris places emphasis on transparency and strives to deliver an excellent customer experience.

Chris holds a B.A. from George Washington University. With almost 10 years of investment experience, he has been with J.P. Morgan since 2009. In that time, Chris has accrued critical exposure to marketing, business development and financial advisory services. He is proud of the firm's stellar reputation as a leader in asset management.

A 5th generation New Yorker, Chris lives in Manhattan with his wife, Carly, son, Chase, and his daughter, Colette. In his free time, he enjoys many outdoor activities including golf, snowboarding and surfing.

Insights

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