Renee E. Johnson
Vice President, Banker at JP Morgan Private Bank

Renee Johnson does more than help its clients build wealth; it also gives them back their time. “I have the ability to monitor with my New York trading team so my clients can enjoy things like sunsets instead of having to worry about their wallets,” she says.

From retired CEOs to family offices to active private equity partners, Johnson clients receive advice that could translate into millions of dollars in tax savings. “I’m a collaborative partner,” she says. “We examine the problem in depth before a solution is adopted. This pause makes us smarter and more disciplined in our approach.

Johnson began her career in New York, where she worked in the offices of billionaire Paul Tudor Jones, pioneer of the modern hedge fund and founder of the Robinhood Foundation. “I saw the balance of what I call the intersection of money and meaning,” she says. “Working at JP Morgan Private Bank gives me the opportunity to make an impact in my community.”

To give back to South Florida — where she and her husband raised their three children — Johnson sits on the Boca Raton Libraries Advisory Board and the board of The Stranahan House, and she volunteers with groups like Soroptimist , Junior League and Habitat for Humanity.



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