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Oliver Gregson

J.P. Morgan Private Bank

London, UK

Head of Private Bank UK & Ireland

J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Oliver Gregson

Biography

Oliver Gregson is the Head of Private Bank for the United Kingdom and Ireland at J.P. Morgan. He is responsible for managing J.P. Morgan’s overall wealth management business in these markets and sits on the Private Bank’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Management Committee.

Oliver sits on the U.K. Philanthropy Governance Committee of the J.P. Morgan Corporate Foundation which Focuses on Social Mobility, Financial Capability and Small Business. He is a member of the Private Strategic Advisory Committee for U.K. Finance, sits on the Campaign Board for Stowe School and is a Trustee for Blue Ventures Marine Conservation and Help for Heroes. Oliver is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers.

Oliver holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from Nottingham University.

Oliver Gregson’s Newsfeed

Financial Times
Why the wealthy are investing directly in private companies

Oliver Gregson, Head of the Private Bank for the UK & Ireland at J.P. Morgan, has been featured in an interview in the Financial Times.

Financial Times
How green are your investments?

Oliver Gregson, Head of the Private Bank for the UK & Ireland at J.P. Morgan, has been featured in an interview in the Financial Times.

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Oliver Gregson’s Background

Head of Private Bank UK & Ireland
Jan 2017 - Present
London, UK
J.P. Morgan provide clients with strategies and expertise that span the full spectrum of asset classes through a network of globally located investment professionals.
Head of Private Bank Investment Group, UK & CI
Apr 2014 - Jan 2017
London, UK
HSBC Private Bank provides clients with wealth, business & family succession solutions in the largest & fastest growing markets around the world.
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Oliver Gregson’s Education

B.A.Sc, Biology, General
1997 - 2000
1991 - 1996