Jonathan Scott

Partner

Jonathan is Mr. Veritable. He has deep roots in the Philadelphia community and he is a trusted friend, confidant and advisor to a lengthy list of successful families around the country. He was a member of the first graduating class of Hampshire College which is famous for its alternative curriculum and independent thinkers. He was a long-time member of Hampshire’s board and remains active on its Investment Committee. He is a trustee and the current Treasurer of the National Recreation Fund, a 95 year old not-for-profit that supports recreational activities for economically, physically and mentally disadvantage youth. Jonathan is also a Director of the Finance Company of Pennsylvania which is a closely-held investment company.

Jonathan started his career as a sculptor but he migrated to finance to better provide for his wife and three girls. He rose steadily through the ranks at PNC Bank and as the creator and manager of its Family Wealth Management unit, he served the bank’s largest trust relationships. He was instrumental in the acquisition of Stolper & Co. in 1997, and helped lead Veritable’s management buyout from PNC in 2004. Today he is among Veritable’s most valued resources.

Jonathan Scott

Partner

Jonathan is Mr. Veritable. He has deep roots in the Philadelphia community and he is a trusted friend, confidant and advisor to a lengthy list of successful families around the country. He was a member of the first graduating class of Hampshire College which is famous for its alternative curriculum and independent thinkers. He was a long-time member of Hampshire’s board and remains active on its Investment Committee. He is a trustee and the current Treasurer of the National Recreation Fund, a 95 year old not-for-profit that supports recreational activities for economically, physically and mentally disadvantage youth. Jonathan is also a Director of the Finance Company of Pennsylvania which is a closely-held investment company.

Jonathan started his career as a sculptor but he migrated to finance to better provide for his wife and three girls. He rose steadily through the ranks at PNC Bank and as the creator and manager of its Family Wealth Management unit, he served the bank’s largest trust relationships. He was instrumental in the acquisition of Stolper & Co. in 1997, and helped lead Veritable’s management buyout from PNC in 2004. Today he is among Veritable’s most valued resources.