J.P. Morgan Private Banking Locations near Houston, TX, United States

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  • Houston

    712 Main Street
    Houston, TX 77002
    713-216-3773
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    0.40 mi
  • Austin

    221 West Sixth Street
    Austin, TX 78701
    512-479-5707
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    146.40 mi
  • San Antonio

    1020 North East Loop 410 2nd Floor
    San Antonio, TX 78209
    210-841-7074
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    186.21 mi
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Elaine Agather
Managing Director
Region Head
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Marty E. Goossen
Managing Director
Market Manager
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Brian J. Thomas
Managing Director
Market Manager

Brian Thomas is a Market Manager for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Houston, Texas. In his role, he leads a team of specialists who advise high-net-worth clients in South Texas on investments, fiduciary, banking, capital advisory and specialty assets. They provide clients with comprehensive, long-term guidance, to help them grow, preserve and manage their wealth.

Mr. Thomas started his career in financial services in 2000 and joined J.P. Morgan in 2002. He previously served as an Investment Team Lead for the J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Chicago. During his tenure, Chicago consistently ranked as a top performing market and investment team. In September 2008, he was recognized by Institutional Investor News as one of “The Twenty Rising Stars of Wealth Management.” Most recently, Mr. Thomas was responsible for developing new banker teams in San Francisco, Palo Alto and St. Louis.

He is a board member for both Children’s Museum of Houston and Junior Achievement of South East Texas, serves on the Advisory Council and as a member of Owl Society for the Rice University Business Plan Competition, and is also a participant in the Center for Houston’s Future Leadership Forum.

He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

In 2001, Mr. Thomas earned an M.B.A. from the Johnson School at Cornell University and was a Park Leadership Fellow. He received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University Bloomington and graduated with honors.

Mr. Thomas and his wife, Candace, have become very involved with the community since moving to Houston. Their sons attend River Oaks Baptist School and the Beehive.

Marty E. Goossen is a Market Manager for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Houston, Texas. In his current role, he manages a team of 50 professionals and provides wealth management services to clients in Houston, South Texas and Louisiana, from helping to build portfolios to structuring loans to optimizing a client’s estate. Drawing upon J.P. Morgan’s global resources, Mr. Goossen and his team advise clients on growing and preserving wealth over multiple generations. He is committed to providing first-class wealth management strategies and plans to address the complexity of clients’ needs.

In 1979, Mr. Goossen started his career in the financial services industry, spending most of this time in wealth management. In 1988, he joined J.P. Morgan, working in the Tokyo office and spent the majority of his career working in Asia.

He has undertaken a number of civic responsibilities in Houston. He serves on the boards of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Asia Society Texas Center, The Houston Zoo and Teach for America. He is also a member of the Council of Overseers at Rice University’s Jones School of Business.

In 1973, Mr. Goossen graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. He earned an M.B.A. in 1977 from Harvard Business School.

Mr. Goossen lives in Houston, Texas, with his wife Kathy. He is an avid golfer.

Elaine Agather is Chairman of Chase’s Dallas region and serves as the South Region Head for J.P. Morgan Private Bank. In managing J.P. Morgan’s private banking business across the South Region, she and her team help clients grow and sustain wealth over multiple generations. They draw on the global resources of JPMorgan Chase to develop wealth management plans tailored to each client’s individual needs.

Ms. Agather joined Chemical Bank of New York in 1979, working in London, San Francisco and New York until she relocated to Dallas in 1984. After the 1986 merger of Chemical and Texas Commerce Bank, Ms. Agather was promoted to Chairman of Texas Commerce Bank in Fort Worth in 1992 and joined the Private Bank to manage client advisory groups across the state in 1997. In 1999, she was elected Chairman and CEO of Dallas.

Ms. Agather serves as board member for the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Fossil, the J. F Maddox Foundation, and the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. She serves as a member of the board of trustees for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. She is also a member of the Dallas Citizens Council.

A native of Sherman, Texas, Ms. Agather graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Economics and received her M.B.A. from The University of Texas. She and her husband Neils have two daughters, Bradley and Lorene.

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Elaine Agather
Managing Director
Region Head
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John Minter
Managing Director
Market Manager
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Juan Creixell
Vice President
Investment Team Lead

Juan Creixell is the Investment Team Lead at J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Central Texas. Mr. Creixell and his team create comprehensive investment plans, including customized asset allocation, and recommend appropriate brokerage products that can offer compelling market opportunities. They draw on the global resources of JPMorgan Chase & Co. to help clients in Central and South Texas protect and grow their wealth.

Mr. Creixell joined the Private Bank in 2007 as an Investment Specialist. Prior to this, he worked for several different investment banks as a trader.

Mr. Creixell graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, and received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin.

He and his wife, Mariana, have three daughters, Isabel, Ana and Sofia. Mr. Creixell enjoys running, tennis, golf and skiing.

John Minter is the Market Manager for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Central Texas. With offices in both Austin and San Antonio, Mr. Minter and his team develop customized wealth management plans tailored to the individual needs of clients in Central and South Texas. Using a consultative approach, they provide clients with comprehensive, long-term advice to help them grow, preserve and manage their wealth.

In 1987, Mr. Minter began his career in the financial services industry and has worked in corporate banking, corporate finance and wealth management. Prior to his current role, he led a nationwide team of bankers that provided guidance to midsized companies in the areas of financing, cash management and exit strategies. He and his team financed transactions that focused on operations, projects and recapitalizations, and developed exit strategies for privately held businesses.

He is Vice Chairman of the board of directors for the Regents School of Austin. He is also past Chair and current board member of A Legacy of Giving, an educational nonprofit organization. He is the founding Chairman and current board member of The Fifty, part of the Brackenridge Hospital’s development effort for the new teaching hospital in Austin. He is a member of the firm’s leadership teams in both Austin and San Antonio.

Mr. Minter graduated from Texas Tech University in 1986 with a degree in Finance. He resides in Austin with his wife, Lindy, and their three children Anna Claire, Luke and Molly. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and the outdoors.

Elaine Agather is Chairman of Chase’s Dallas region and serves as the South Region Head for J.P. Morgan Private Bank. In managing J.P. Morgan’s private banking business across the South Region, she and her team help clients grow and sustain wealth over multiple generations. They draw on the global resources of JPMorgan Chase to develop wealth management plans tailored to each client’s individual needs.

Ms. Agather joined Chemical Bank of New York in 1979, working in London, San Francisco and New York until she relocated to Dallas in 1984. After the 1986 merger of Chemical and Texas Commerce Bank, Ms. Agather was promoted to Chairman of Texas Commerce Bank in Fort Worth in 1992 and joined the Private Bank to manage client advisory groups across the state in 1997. In 1999, she was elected Chairman and CEO of Dallas.

Ms. Agather serves as board member for the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Fossil, the J. F Maddox Foundation, and the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. She serves as a member of the board of trustees for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. She is also a member of the Dallas Citizens Council.

A native of Sherman, Texas, Ms. Agather graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Economics and received her M.B.A. from The University of Texas. She and her husband Neils have two daughters, Bradley and Lorene.

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Photo of Elaine Agather
Elaine Agather
Managing Director
Region Head
Photo of John Minter
John Minter
Managing Director
Market Manager
Photo of Juan Creixell
Juan Creixell
Vice President
Investment Team Lead

Juan Creixell is the Investment Team Lead at J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Central Texas. Mr. Creixell and his team create comprehensive investment plans, including customized asset allocation, and recommend appropriate brokerage products that can offer compelling market opportunities. They draw on the global resources of JPMorgan Chase & Co. to help clients in Central and South Texas protect and grow their wealth.

Mr. Creixell joined the Private Bank in 2007 as an Investment Specialist. Prior to this, he worked for several different investment banks as a trader.

Mr. Creixell graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, and received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin.

He and his wife, Mariana, have three daughters, Isabel, Ana and Sofia. Mr. Creixell enjoys running, tennis, golf and skiing.

John Minter is the Market Manager for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Central Texas. With offices in both Austin and San Antonio, Mr. Minter and his team develop customized wealth management plans tailored to the individual needs of clients in Central and South Texas. Using a consultative approach, they provide clients with comprehensive, long-term advice to help them grow, preserve and manage their wealth.

In 1987, Mr. Minter began his career in the financial services industry and has worked in corporate banking, corporate finance and wealth management. Prior to his current role, he led a nationwide team of bankers that provided guidance to midsized companies in the areas of financing, cash management and exit strategies. He and his team financed transactions that focused on operations, projects and recapitalizations, and developed exit strategies for privately held businesses.

He is Vice Chairman of the board of directors for the Regents School of Austin. He is also past Chair and current board member of A Legacy of Giving, an educational nonprofit organization. He is the founding Chairman and current board member of The Fifty, part of the Brackenridge Hospital’s development effort for the new teaching hospital in Austin. He is a member of the firm’s leadership teams in both Austin and San Antonio.

Mr. Minter graduated from Texas Tech University in 1986 with a degree in Finance. He resides in Austin with his wife, Lindy, and their three children Anna Claire, Luke and Molly. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and the outdoors.

Elaine Agather is Chairman of Chase’s Dallas region and serves as the South Region Head for J.P. Morgan Private Bank. In managing J.P. Morgan’s private banking business across the South Region, she and her team help clients grow and sustain wealth over multiple generations. They draw on the global resources of JPMorgan Chase to develop wealth management plans tailored to each client’s individual needs.

Ms. Agather joined Chemical Bank of New York in 1979, working in London, San Francisco and New York until she relocated to Dallas in 1984. After the 1986 merger of Chemical and Texas Commerce Bank, Ms. Agather was promoted to Chairman of Texas Commerce Bank in Fort Worth in 1992 and joined the Private Bank to manage client advisory groups across the state in 1997. In 1999, she was elected Chairman and CEO of Dallas.

Ms. Agather serves as board member for the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Performing Arts Fort Worth, Fossil, the J. F Maddox Foundation, and the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show. She serves as a member of the board of trustees for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. She is also a member of the Dallas Citizens Council.

A native of Sherman, Texas, Ms. Agather graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Economics and received her M.B.A. from The University of Texas. She and her husband Neils have two daughters, Bradley and Lorene.

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