Barry TuckerBarry Tucker
Vice President
Wealth Advisor

"I emphasize the importance of taking the time to really get to know clients and allow them to build their trust in me."

About Barry

Barry Tucker is a Wealth Advisor and Vice President at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Barry has more than three decades of financial services experience, and is a senior team member of The Stewart-Tucker Group. His clients include high-net-worth individuals, corporate executives and foundations.

Barry emphasizes the importance of taking the time to really get to know his clients and allow them to build their trust in him. Recognizing the importance of managing a client's wealth, Barry believes in the team dynamic, and attributes his longevity and experience in the industry to his ability to develop strong relationships with his clients and provide the appropriate strategies to help address their needs. He appreciates the breadth and power of J.P. Morgan's world-class platform—including its bond trading and hedge fund capabilities—as well as the flexibility he has to go outside the firm to find the leading strategies for clients.

Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Barry was a Senior Vice President at UBS Financial Services Inc. Before that, he spent 20 years at Oppenheimer in a similar role.

Barry received a degree in Commerce and Business from New York University. He is a board member of the Metropolitan Opera Company. He is also the President of the board of directors of the Richard Tucker Music Foundation, a nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1975 to honor the artistic legacy of his father, Richard Tucker, America's greatest tenor. The foundation supports talented American opera singers and brings opera into the community. Barry is also a member of the board of Temple Emanu-El in New York City.

Barry and his wife live in Manhattan and are proud of their family of two children and five grandchildren.



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