Reporter on New York Tribune, 1893-1894. Secretary, treasurer and vice-president Bankers Trust Company, 1903-1909. Vice president First National Bank, 1909-1911.
Member firm of J. P. Morgan & Company, bankers, 1911-1940. Director J. P. Morgan & Company, Inc., since 1940, Chairman of the Board since 1943. Director United States Steel Corporation, Lamont, Corliss & Company Overseer, Harvard, 1912-1925.
Representative of the United States Treasury on American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919. Alternate delegate Committee of (Young plan) Experts on German Reparations, Paris, 1929. Chairman American group, International Consortium for Assistance of China.
Chairman International Committee of Bankers (for adjustment of Mexico foreign debt). Trustee Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of teaching: trustee Metropolitan Museum of Art, American School Classical Studies, Athens. President Markle Foundation.
Born September 30, 1870