Andrew L. Cohen

Andrew L. Cohen is the Executive Chairman of the Global Private Bank and a Global Chair of Investment Banking at J.P. Morgan. He oversees 23 Wall, J.P. Morgan’s Institutional Wealth Management practice, and leads the partnership between the firm’s Corporate & Investment Bank and Private Bank. In this role, Mr. Cohen focuses on servicing the Private Bank’s largest and most sophisticated clients globally. He is a member of the Asset & Wealth Management Operating Committee, Global Private Bank Operating Committee, and Global Investment Banking Management Team.

Prior to this role, Mr. Cohen was Chief Executive Officer of J.P. Morgan’s International Private Bank, which operates in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. Before relocating to Hong Kong in 2010 as the Asia Private Bank’s Chief Executive Officer, he was Head of the Southern California region, based in Los Angeles. Previously, he worked with ultra-high-net-worth families in Northern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean region.

Mr. Cohen holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia and attended the Executive Program of Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

He sits on the Board of Directors of the Serpentine Galleries, the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University, the Board of Directors of the American Turkish Society, and the Board of Directors of the Young Global Leadership Foundation. He is an alumnus of the Young Global Leaders Forum (World Economic Forum) and a member of the Hong Kong Forum. Mr. Cohen is also the Executive Sponsor of the BOLD (Black Organization for Leadership Development) initiative in EMEA. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, sailing, philanthropy and traveling.