About Kelly

Kelly Weis is an Investment Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Kelly works closely with clients to discern their financial goals and needs, pursuing those priorities through integrated investing, planning, and wealth strategy. She offers first-hand knowledge of trading, overseeing precise execution and diligent follow-through for a wide range of asset classes and instruments.

Clients look to Kelly as a reliable resource who is persistent in her follow through and exhaustive in efforts. Within the team, she oversees operations, trading, reporting, account administration, and service delivery. A capable multi-tasker, Kelly grounds her approach in organization and clarity, keeping clients closely apprised of the team's work on their behalf. She points to the close-knit nature of client relationships as one of the most gratifying aspects of her role, proud to have a measurable impact in helping families grow, preserve, and transfer their wealth across generations.

Kelly began her financial services career in 2015 with Guggenheim Securities, where she served as a Sales & Trading Associate on the High Yield/Distressed/ Leveraged Loans Desk. Four years later, she joined First Republic Private Wealth Management, where she took on increasing responsibilities, ultimately becoming an Associate Director and Client Relationship Analyst. In 2023, Kelly moved to J.P. Morgan Wealth Management with her team in her current capacity as Investment Associate.

Kelly earned her B.A. in Psychology from Harvard University, where she was a two-time captain of the varsity lacrosse team. She holds FINRA Series 7, 63, and 66 securities licenses. Outside the office, Kelly loves to ski, stay fit, and travel. Her favorite destination is Aruba, but she welcomes ideas for her next adventure.


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