Managing Director Market Manager
David Nolet, Managing Director, is the Market Manager for J.P. Morgan Private Bank’s Fort Worth Region. He partners with a team of highly skilled specialists who work with clients and prospects to help grow and manage their wealth across multiple generations. Additionally, David represents the Private Bank on the Dallas-Fort Worth Market Leadership Team, where he serves as Chairman. Prior to this role, David was the Regional Banking Practice Lead for the Private Bank’s South and Southeast Regions, managing a $220 million revenue business across 15 offices. David worked with the lending specialists in these markets to create quality and sustained growth across the tailored lending, deposit and mortgage portfolios.
Previously, David served as a Capital Advisor in the Private Bank, where he managed a $1.6 billion loan portfolio. He managed the capital needs of clients in North Texas and surrounding areas by structuring and implementing both traditional and customized leveraged strategies. Prior to joining the Private Bank, David was a Client Manager in the Corporate Technology Banking Group, where he provided a broad range of investment banking and commercial banking strategies to technology companies ranging from startup enterprises to established firms with revenues of up to $4 billion. His career began in the Investment Bank with Chase Manhattan Bank.
David serves on the Fort Worth Now economic recovery task force, formed in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. He serves as Chairman of the Board for the University of North Texas Health Science Center Foundation, and is Vice Chairman of All Saints Health Foundation. David serves on the Board of Trustees for Trinity Valley School, where he also sits on the Finance Committee, and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, where he is also the Treasurer of the Executive Committee. Additionally, David serves on the board for Fort Worth Cradle to Career and on the Long Range Planning Committee for Jewel Charity. David formerly served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Cliburn, and the American Heart Association Tarrant County Board of Directors, and he was on the Executive Leadership Team of the annual Heart Ball. He has chaired multiple J.P. Morgan employee contribution campaigns for North Texas.
David is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and a master’s degree in Finance. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas and holds the Series 7, 9, 10 and 63 licenses. David resides in Fort Worth with his wife, Noel, and their daughter, Audrey, and sons, Roman and Pierce. He enjoys spending his free time with family.
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