Martyn Goossen

Managing Director, JP Morgan Private Banking

Martyn E. Goossen is the President of JPMorgan Chase Bank ‚Äď Houston Region as well as the Market Manager for the JPMorgan Private Bank in Houston and Central, Texas.¬†

Mr. Goossen has over 35 years experience in financial services, nearly all of which has been in the wealth management field. The large majority of his career was spent working in Asia. Mr. Goossen started his career with Citibank in New York in 1973 where he worked in its domestic private bank for two years. He rejoined the bank in 1977 after obtaining his post-graduate business degree, and later moved to Hong Kong in 1978 to work in its international private bank. In 1988, Mr. Goossen joined JPMorgan in Tokyo, Japan, to oversee the private banking team in that office. In 1989 he returned to Hong Kong to assume responsibility for JPMorgan Private Bank in Asia and held senior roles in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo until his move to Houston in March, 2006.

As head of the Private Bank in Houston, Mr. Goossen manages a team of 50 professionals and support staff that provide broad-based wealth management services to clients in Houston, South Texas and Louisiana. J.P. Morgan offers world-class investment, banking and fiduciary capabilities to high net-worth individuals and families around the globe leveraging the expertise of one of the industry’s most sophisticated financial institutions. 

Mr. Goossen has undertaken a number of civic responsibilities in various locations. In Houston, Mr. Goossen serves on the boards of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Asia Society Texas Center, The Houston Zoo, and Teach for America. He is also a member of the Council of Overseers at Rice University’s Jones School of Business. 

Mr. Goossen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Union College of Schenectady, New York (1973) and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School (1977).