Scott Travers is an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Private Bank as a member of the Financial Institutions Group. The Financial Institutions Group serves over a thousand of the financial sector’s top executives and their families in a wide range of areas, including customized lending, investment ideas and solutions, long-term planning, and philanthropic strategies.
Previously, Scott served as the Vice President of J.P. Morgan. In this position, he was responsible for managing a $9 billion portfolio and overseeing the wealth of emerging names in the hedge fund and investment banking industries.
As an experienced and well-respected investment manager, Scott has worked at J.P. Morgan for over ten years. In 2007, he held his first role with the company was as an analyst in Boston until 2010. Since then, he has worked in the New York office, rising from the title of Associate to his current position of Executive Director.
For his accomplishments and work with J.P. Morgan, Scott was honored by Forbes Magazine in their 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30. This list featured individuals from a range of industries who are emerging luminaries in their respective fields. Scott was recognized in the field of Finance, and he was noted for his many achievements as the Vice President of J.P. Morgan.
He earned a BS in Economics from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.