Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Roundtable Investment Partners LLC
Geoffrey T. Boisi is chairman and CEO of Roundtable Investment Partners LLC, an independent private investment partnership providing strategic advice and planning, investment management, and merchant banking services for families of substantial wealth as well as select institutions generating high performance wealth creation and social legacy-building opportunities.
In 2003, Mr. Boisi retired as vice chairman of JPMorgan Chase, where he served as co-CEO of JPMorgan, the firm’s commercial and investment bank, and a member of JPMorgan Chase’s executive and management committees.
Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Mr. Boisi was founding chairman and senior partner of The Beacon Group, a premier merger and acquisition advisory and private investment firm, which was acquired by Chase. Prior to the formation of The Beacon Group, Mr. Boisi was a senior general partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. where he served as a member of the firm’s management committee and head of the global investment banking business, which included worldwide mergers and acquisitions, real estate, corporate finance, capital markets, and principal investment activities. In addition, Mr. Boisi held numerous other positions during his 22 years at Goldman Sachs, including: chairman of strategic planning, co-chair of the international management committee, partner in charge of global finance, head of investment banking services, and partner in charge of mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Boisi is co-founder of MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership. Founded in 1989, MENTOR ranks as one of the top 100 charities in the U.S. and is leading the movement to connect America’s young people with caring adult mentors.
He is an overseer of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, serves Boston College as a trustee associate and founding sponsor of the Center for Religion and American Public Life, and serves Carnegie Corporation of New York as a trustee and chairman of the investment committee and member of the committee on compensation. He is a director of Oxford Analytica, member of the Founders’ Circle of America’s Promise, and serves the Catholic Church as founder and chairman of the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management (NLRCM). He is a trustee of the Saint Thomas More Chapel & Center at Yale University and a Knight of Malta.
Mr. Boisi has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Wharton School’s Joseph Wharton Award, The Presidents Medal for Excellence from Boston College, Chaminade High School’s Distinguished Alumnus Award, the American Red Cross of Greater New York’s Humanitarian Award, the Cancer Research Institute’s Oliver R. Grace Award for Distinguished Service in Advancing Cancer Research, and the National Catholic Educational Association’s Elizabeth Seton Award. He has been honored by Pope John Paul II as a Steward of St. Peter. He is also the recipient of an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Sacred Heart University as well as the 2006 Lewis Hine Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service on behalf of children.
Mr. Boisi has served as chairman of the board of trustees, Boston College, co-chair of the University’s capital campaign, and chair emeritus of the Boston College Wall Street Council; chairman of the graduate executive board, the Wharton School, and co-chair of its capital campaign; a trustee of the Brookings Institution and a member of its investment committee, a member of the James Madison Council of the Library of Congress, a director of FADICA, trustee of the Papal Foundation; member of the international advisory board of Grupo Santander (Spain); member of the investment banking committee, American Stock Exchange; member of the board of directors of Freddie Mac; trustee, director, and member of the investment committee of the Park Agency, Inc. (formerly Joseph P. Kennedy Enterprises); member of the Trilateral Commission; director of Communities in Schools; and a trustee of Friends Academy.
Mr. Boisi is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (M.B.A.) and Boston College (B.A.).