About Me

Matthew Carroll St. Louis Cardinals has been a Wealth Advisor with J.P. Morgan Wealth Management in Philadelphia since December 2018. He owes his ability to help customers achieve their goals as a highly successful financial advisor to his years of expertise in the fast-paced world of sports administration. He managed in Major League Baseball for 12 years, seven with the Atlanta Braves and five with the St. Louis Cardinals. He was involved in all aspects of the business, such as player acquisition, roster development, scouting, and relationship management.

Carroll exhibited his ability to build connections and grow them into long-lasting, productive partnerships during his career in professional sports. He also improved his company development, project management, and financial decision-making abilities. His thorough attention to detail and outstanding communication skills enable him to flourish in his work with a wide range of investors at all levels. He takes the time to learn about each client's specific goals so that he may assist them in developing a strategy to achieve those goals.

He advises high-net-worth customers on investment and wealth management solutions. He takes his athlete customers through every stage of the wealth-building path, beginning with the recruitment phase, using his experience with professional athletes and their families. He also looks after his clients off the field with personalized concierge services. Among his services is assisting clients in forming productive collaborations with agencies, coaches, and training facilities. He keeps track of his client's long-term and short-term investments to ensure they stick to their tailored financial strategies.

While Carroll has an atypical experience among financial advisors, his interactions with elite-level professional athletes translate effectively into his work with CEOs in other businesses. He understands an athlete's sense of urgency when injuries can end a career prematurely. When the stock market and company boards can change on a whim, executives at the peak of their earning potential may feel similar pressure. Balance of assets and liabilities, retirement planning, and wealth transfer to the next generation are just a few of the critical goals that he can assist clients in achieving.

While Matthew Carroll St. Louis Cardinals prioritizes his current clients, he also works hard to locate new clients who could benefit from his knowledge and experience. To find new clients, he employs prospecting and referral techniques. His customized presentations and performance standards enable him to demonstrate to potential clients how well he will care for their financial destinies. He recognizes that the biggest compliment his clients can provide is the referral of their professional and personal relationships, and he regards that trust as holy.

Matthew earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a minor in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University in 2005. He furthered his education in his current position as a Wealth Advisor. He exhibits his commitment to his clients by holding numerous highly coveted licenses and certifications, including the FINRA SIE/Series 6 license, the FINRA Series 7 license, and the NASAA Series 66 certificate.

Carroll has a long list of significant accomplishments dating back to his college days. He attended the University of Maryland in College Park on a baseball scholarship. He eventually transferred to Pennsylvania State University, where he played at the Division 1 level for four years. He was a four-year varsity letter winner and team captain his senior year. Hewas also the recipient of numerous academic honors and prizes. Carroll attended the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau Scout School after graduating in 2006, finishing at the top of his class.

He is pleased with his two achievements while working with major league baseball. He was on the administrative staff of the St. Louis Cardinals when they won the World Series in 2006. Carroll left St. Louis in 2010 to become the Special Assistant to the General Manager of the Atlanta Braves. He was the youngest player in Major League Baseball at the time.

Matthew Carroll St. Louis Cardinals is proud of his charitable efforts to the community. He consistently donates his time, talents, and riches to organizations near and dear to his heart. Two of his favorite causes are the Tony LaRussa Animal Rescue Foundation and the annual Phillies Phestival ALS fundraiser. He also assisted in the organization of a 5k run to benefit ovarian cancer research. 

Carroll takes some downtime despite his dedication to his clients. Hiss favorite pastime outside work is spending time with his wife, Ali, and son, Colin, at their home in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. He enjoys fishing and snow skiing in his spare time. Vacations frequently include visits to the beach with friends and family. Carroll enjoys staying active and engaged in both his work and personal life.