About Ruben

Ruben Torres is a Vice President and Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Ruben delivers wealth planning and investment advisory services to high-net-worth individuals, business owners and institutions. He leverages his strong background in managing short-term cash portfolios to help clients pursue their sophisticated liquidity needs while preserving capital.

Employing goals-based planning, Ruben listens to his clients to discover their objectives and brings proactive problem-solving skills to foresee issues, remove hurdles and communicate outcomes for the individuals he serves. His clients describe him as relatable, a person of character and integrity, and someone they trust to help them seamlessly navigate toward the future they envision.

Ruben's career spans nearly a decade, beginning in J.P. Morgan's investment bank. His experience in trading and managing global institutional fixed income portfolios manifests his ability to adjust asset allocation, prudently and conservatively, in response to clients' needs.

A magna cum laude graduate of Monmouth University, Ruben earned a B.S. in Business Administration and serves as an alumni mentor for the University's business program. In addition to holding the FINRA series 7 and 63 securities licenses, Ruben has passed Level 1 of the Chartered Financial Analyst Charterholder certification.

Ruben is a native of New Jersey, where he and his wife, a social worker whom he has known since kindergarten, live with their young son. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, surfing, dirt biking and going to the gym.


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