David Lawson is a Vice Chairman in J.P. Morgan Private Bank. He is the founder of the Private Bank’s office in Washington, DC, which opened in 2000, and co-led the creation of the Market Leadership Team for the Greater Washington Market. He now spends a majority of his time assisting in the growth and development of the Private Bank’s business on the west coast of Florida, based in Naples. His focus is business and people development and community visibility.
Prior to joining the Private Bank, David spent 22 years with J.P. Morgan Investment Bank, where he held a variety of positions, including Co-Chairman of the Australia/New Zealand investment banking, global markets and investment management businesses, was a member of the Asia Pacific Management Committee and Managing Director in Mergers & Acquisitions based in New York and Tokyo. David spent the early part of his career in the Investment Bank’s International Financial Management group, focused on private and public capital markets, and the Petroleum Department. He also worked on private corporate debt and equity transactions for the holding company. He started his career with The Morgan Guaranty Trust Company as a summer intern.
David earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Washington & Lee University. He has been involved on the board of the Imagine Solutions Conference, Federal City Council, National Presbyterian School, Washington Ballet, and as an advisor to Venture Philanthropy Partners, BlueWater Capital and Americans Elect 2012.
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