Written by max
November 19, 2015

Marc Rollins is a Vice President and Banker with the J.P. Morgan Private Bank in San Francisco. Marc is responsible for delivering the firm’s wealth management capabilities and resources to clients in Northern California. His team focuses on education and organization, utilizing solutions across both sides of the balance sheet including banking and lending services, investment management, and trust and estate planning.

Prior to joining the San Francisco team in 2014, Marc worked in the Private Bank’s Financial Principals group in New York City where he focused on advising financial professionals including hedge fund, private equity and venture capital partners. His investment experience includes managing multi-asset class portfolios including traditional and alternative assets. Marc began his career working in institutional equity derivatives at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York.

Marc graduated with honors from Claremont McKenna College, where he received a B.A. in Economics and was the starting shortstop on the baseball team. A cancer survivor, Marc is actively involved in raising money for research and recently joined the Board of The V Foundation Wine Celebration – a charity wine auction – which has raised over $68 million for cancer research. Marc is also a Fellow with the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College.

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