Fisher will be responsible for overseeing the team of consultant advisers, which actively positions J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s investment strategies and customized solutions with research and field consultants. He will be based in New York.
Previously a senior consultant adviser, Fisher has been a leader in bringing opportunities across the institutional business to J.P. Morgan clients.
“Consultants are critical and valuable partners in our business, and Tom is very attuned to their needs and thinking,” said Catherine Keating, chief executive of Americas Institutional Asset Management at J.P. Morgan Asset Management. “Tom has a stellar track record and has been instrumental in building our business. We look forward to that continuing in his new leadership role.”
Fisher joined J.P. Morgan in 1999 as a private banker in New York. In 2002, he moved to investment management as a consultant adviser in San Francisco. Since then, Fisher has been responsible for serving the investment needs of West Coast-based asset management consultants. Previously, Fisher managed the investments for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s employees’ savings program. Earlier in his career, Fisher held a variety of positions in Washington, D.C., conducting research and addressing public policy.