About Daniel

Daniel Sirota is an Executive Director and Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Daniel joined The Reinstein Nelson Team in 2010 and helps to lead the financial plans we design for our clients. He brings top-tier service to every relationship with goal-based planning that fuels a strategic framework across clients' financial decision-making. By working diligently, he supports individuals, families and corporate clients that have sophisticated wealth and seek to preserve and protect their financial futures. Across his support, he strives to help clients achieve their best lives while pursuing opportunities for lasting prosperity.

A wealth management professional since 2000, Daniel joined J.P. Morgan Wealth Management in 2023. Previously, he was a Senior Vice President and Wealth Manager at First Republic and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. Throughout two decades of experience, Daniel has supported his clients' ambitions with compassion and personal attention. He drives deep, meaningful relationships and is quick to address any ideas, concerns or options. Daniel is a collaborative advisor and works closely with a team of specialists to help bolster clients' retirement, trust and estate strategies. Engaging clients in a thoughtful planning process is highly important to him. Daniel often finds himself spending careful and concentrated time to create forward-looking plans that help take clients across all market cycles. Regardless of complexity, he prides himself on making sure all communication is clear and accessible for each person and family member.

A graduate of Cornell University, Daniel earned a B.S. before continuing his education at Columbia University, where he earned an M.B.A. and Master of Public Health. He continued to strengthen skills in his field and holds the Chartered Retirement Planning CounselorSM designation. Within his community, Daniel has served on the board of directors for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation for the Westchester Chapter. He also was a board member for the Cornell University Alumni Association of Westchester.

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