Craig Sullivan is the Chief Financial Officer of J.P. Morgan’s Asset & Wealth Management business, consisting of our Global Private Bank and Asset Management divisions. He also serves on the Asset & Wealth Management Operating Committee and is based in New York. He is also currently the Chief Financial Officer of the Global Private Bank , sitting on the Global Private Bank Operating Committee as well.
Prior to his current role, he was solely the CFO of the Global Asset Management business, supporting its Institutional, Mutual Fund, Retirement and Liquidity businesses across a variety of traditional and alternative asset classes. Before that, he was the Chief Financial Officer of the Global Mutual Fund business within Asset Management, and sat on the Global Funds Operating Committee. An employee of J.P. Morgan since 2000, he spent the early part of his career in J.P. Morgan’s Private Banking business in New York, in various capacities, before becoming the CFO of the Latin American Private Bank, beginning in 2006, and then the U.S. Private Bank, beginning in 2009.
Craig is very active in the community as a member of the PENCIL Foundation, having been a business partner with PS 226 in Brooklyn, NY since 2006. He is also very focused on JPMorgan’s Diversity & Inclusion effort, where he serves as the Executive co-sponsor of AWM’s Women on the Move, a program sponsor for the Ascend & Emerging Leaders programs, and is an active member of AWM Black Leadership Forum, BOLD and Pride Business Resource Groups.
He has a B.A. in Finance from Villanova University and currently lives in Connecticut with his family.