Posted by Admin | April 16th, 2012

Maria Elena Lagomasino (Mel) is CEO of GenSpring Family Offices, a multi-family office that was originally established in 1989 as Asset Management Advisors (AMA). A recognized leader in the wealth management industry, Lagomasino became chief executive officer of the firm in November 2005. GenSpring has more than $20 billion in assets under advisement for more than 700 families.

Before joining GenSpring, Lagomasino was chairman and chief executive officer of JP Morgan Private Bank, an institution with more than $300 billion in client assets under supervision. Her career in banking began at Citibank in 1977. She joined the Chase Manhattan Private Bank in 1983 and was named head of Chase’s worldwide private banking business in 1997. Following the Chase-JP Morgan merger, she became chairman and chief executive officer of the JPMorgan Private Bank.

Lagomasino holds positions on the boards of the Coca-Cola Company, Avon Products, and the Lincoln Center Theater. She is also a trustee on the Board of the National Geographic Society and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Economic Club of New York. Lagomasino also has served the U.S. government, first appointed by President Bush in 2005 to help lead an effort securing private sector funds for disaster relief in Central America, and then on the Secretary of State’s Advisory Committee on Transformational Diplomacy.

A graduate of Manhattanville College (B.A.), Mel also completed graduate work at both Columbia University (M.S.) and Fordham University (M.B.A.).

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