Kelly Coffey is CEO of J.P. Morgan’s U.S. Private Bank, one of the largest providers of wealth management services with more than $650 billion in client assets. She is a member of the Global Wealth Management Operating Committee and also serves as the Executive Sponsor for the Asset Management Women’s Network.
Prior to joining the Private Bank, Kelly spent over 20 years in J.P. Morgan’s Investment Bank, where she most recently led the Diversified Industrials Investment Banking group covering clients such as Ford and United Airlines. She held a variety of leadership positions in the Investment Bank, including head of Equity, FX & Interest Rate Derivatives Marketing and Corporate Finance Advisory in North America. Kelly began her career in Mergers & Acquisitions and spent six years working in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She also chaired J.P. Morgan’s Reputation Risk Committee in North America and led the Investment Bank’s Women’s Network. Kelly earned her bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and French from Lafayette College, and holds a Masters of Science in Foreign Service with a concentration in International Business from Georgetown University. Kelly is Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Marymount School, and sits on the boards of the Central Park Conservancy, and Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP), a public charter school in New York City. Kelly lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.