Phil Conway is the new banker on the block raking in wealth as he leads J.P. Morgan's private banking in the Southeast here
Having recently moved to Miami from Houston, Phil D. Conway is establishing himself as someone to be reckoned with in the local business community. Since arriving, he has been featured in the New York Times' financial section and was a featured speaker at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce's annual Goals Conference.
Mr. Conway started his career with J.P. Morgan Chase in 1989, holding numerous leadership positions, including president of J.P. Morgan Chase in Houston, market manager for the company's private banking businesses in Dallas and Houston, chairman of Metroplex Community Banks, and credit executive for the corporate investment bank in Texas.
Through the years, he also has been active in a number of community and civic organizations. He and his wife, Suzie, have two adult sons, Philip and Matt.
Mr. Conway spoke about his field of business, his impressions of Miami, and his company during an interview at his office on Brickell Avenue with Miami Today reporter Scott Blake.
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