Awards and Industry Recognition

Forbes

Top Wealth Management Teams Best-In-State
2024

About Ebrima

Ebrima "Abe" Touray is a Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Abe leads banking and business development for wealth management clients for The GGC Group.

Previously, he was a First Vice President and a Senior Private Client Banker at JPMorgan Chase's headquarters in New York City. Abe has been with J.P. Morgan for eight years and is one of select bankers nationally who are Regulation O licensed, allowing him to cover Board Members and Operating Committee Members of JPMorgan Chase. He is a member of the President's Advisory Council.

Abe was a President's Club honoree, closing top 5 in the country, and a President's Club member for multiple years. He was the banker selected to speak as a panelist at the 2022 National Sales Conference, and was a member of the CEO Advisory Council. Abe hails from The Gambia, and won a presidential scholarship to study in the U.S. as the top student that year. He received his B.Sc. from Baruch College Zicklin School of Business with a major in Finance and Economics.

Abe is the incoming Chairman of the Board of Directors at the New York City-based nonprofit, The American Foundation for African Children's Education, helping support underprivileged and underrepresented students, helping repair and build schools, provide school supplies, etc. for better educational outcomes. Being the recipient of a scholarship himself, this is a cause he cares deeply about, knowing firsthand the value of a great education.

Abe enjoys traveling the world and playing pool. He is known for his sense of fashion and for being a big steak fanatic, self-nicknamed #saltbae jr

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