After earning a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Master of Business Administration, Gary R. Fournier began a career in senior-level financial advisement and management. He worked at the investment bank, White Weld & Co., until 1978. Before the company was sold to Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., Gary R. Fournier was one of the youngest partners at the firm. He was in charge of their Century City, California, office.In 1978, Gary R. Fournier began working for Kidder, Peabody & Co., a securities business founded in 1865. Again holding the title of Partner, he was instrumental in the company’s association with Healthsource, a well-known health-care provider. In addition, Mr. Fournier managed dealings with the original owners of Mullikin Medical, which was later bought by Caremark, LLC. He worked together with Global Crossing, a global communications provider. He aided in Healthsource’s move to the public market before Kidder Peabody was purchased by Paine Webber & Co. Along with the founding partners of Maxicare Health Plans, Inc., and Fremont Insurance, Gary Fournier was successful in completing the United States’ first over-the-counter shelf registration. Gary R. Fournier started working at Smith Barney in 1993, holding the title of Senior Vice President. He was recognized in Forbes magazine in 2000 for his work with the firm’s most prominent clients. He also received recognition as the focus of a front-page article in The Wall Street Journal. Spanning 2001 to 2006, Mr. Fournier served as Senior Vice President at UBS/PaineWebber. He handled accounts for many affluent clients, the sum of which totaled over $1 billion, and became UBS’s largest broker in the nation. Dissatisfied with the firm’s change in course after its sale in 2005, Gary R. Fournier moved on to Bear Stearns Companies, Inc.At present, Gary Fournier is the Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co. When Bear Stearns was acquired by JPMorgan in 2008, he kept his position there. He continues to manage a variety of high-profile clientele and more than $1 billion in funds.