Peter Graham Jr. is a Financial Consultant with Navesink Wealth Management. Peter focuses on individuals, families and businesses to deliver services and strategies seeking to help build, preserve and manage wealth. Prior to joining the firm Peter spent 24 years working on Wall Street covering Institutional Clients in the Foreign Exchange Marketplace for Lehman Brothers, Prudential Securities, Morgan Stanley and TD Bank.
Named one of the all-time best quarterbacks at the Jersey Shore (Rumson Fair-Haven 1984) Pete went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Notre Dame, and was a quarterback on the 1988 National Championship football team. Recognized by Coach Lou Holtz as an “invaluable” team player, Pete was respected by coaches and teammates alike for his work ethic and his loyalty and his commitment to the team -- attributes that have helped him accelerate his professional career.
Since joining his father at Navesink Wealth Management, Pete has worked hard to further the firm’s commitment to client loyalty and community service. Continuing the firm’s support of local 501(c)3’s, Pete has been a catalyst in setting-up and managing endowments for Visiting Nurse Association (Red Bank), Parker Family Foundation and the Interfaith Neighbors (Asbury Park).
Peter and his wife Susan currently reside in Darien, Connecticut with their two sons Timothy and Peter. Staunch supporters of education, Peter and Susan have created several educational grants and scholarships including The Susan Connolly-Graham ’91 Endowed Scholarship Fund at Villanova University, and the Peter Graham Grant-in-Aid at Notre Dame which provides assistance to student-athletes participating in a varsity sport. Peter is recognized, most recently, for creating and launching a community-based nonprofit organization, the Darien Athletic Foundation (DAF) aimed at raising $7.5 million for the benefit of 5,000 youth and 1,000 high school registrants, to help improve the athletic infrastructure in the town of Darien, Connecticut.