Head of Investments and Engagement for the International Private Bank
Adam Tejpaul is Head of Investments and Engagement for the International Private Bank. Based in New York City, Mr. Tejpaul is responsible for leading the efforts to engage clients in an advice-led dialogue that encompasses all aspects of our offering. He is also the Head of the Global Families Group which serves international families from our offices in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Mr. Tejpaul is a 20-year veteran of J.P. Morgan with a unique combination of client-facing and risk management-related experience, as well as 12 years of international experience in London, Geneva, and Hong Kong. Most recently, he served as Chief Executive Officer of J.P. Morgan’s Latin America Private Bank and Wealth Management’s Chief Risk Officer. Previously, he was Head of Investments for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Asia. Before moving to Asia in 2008, he held roles as Head of Investors for our London business and Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities for the Private Bank in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Mr. Tejpaul joined J.P. Morgan from Georgetown University where he studied finance and art history. He has completed further coursework at the New York Institute of Finance and graduated from Harvard Business School’s general management program. Mr. Tejpaul lives in New York with his wife and two children and spends his free time pursuing athletic endeavors, including boxing, swimming and horseback riding.
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