Ms. Nason has been with J.P. Morgan for nearly 35 years having joined the Melbourne, Australia office in 1986. Over the span of her career at the firm, she has worked in the Project Finance and Mergers & Acquisition groups focused on the Natural Resources sector; the Retail Investment Banking client coverage team as Group Head; and for the last 19 years, led the Technology, Media and Telecommunications global client practice, with a focus on strategic M&A, debt and equity financing. Ms. Nason also co-founded and chaired the Investment Banking Women’s Network at J.P. Morgan in the mid-1990s.Today as a Global Chairman of the Investment Banking practice, Ms. Nason sits on the Executive Committee of Global Chairs of Investment Banking and is responsible for many of the firm’s key investment banking relationships around the world.
Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Ms. Nason spent three years with the Department of Management and Budget in Australia as an infrastructure project analyst, where she worked on the development of several high profile projects, including the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne.
Ms. Nason currently serves as a director of Rio Tinto and the American Australian Association, having previously been its Chairman. Ms. Nason is a member of the Partnership for New York City Innovation Council.
Ms. Nason has a double degree, B.A. and B. Com with honors in Economics, from the University of Melbourne in Australia. She lives in New York with her four children.