“I love solving my clients’ (finance) issues as best I can and having the satisfaction that I am helping them sleep at night; knowing they trust me with the investment management of their portfolio”
Razmig Pounardjian serves as Portfolio Manager; managing custom portfolios for select clients. Raz genuinely cares about his clients’ well-being, and they know that they have an advocate who is there to help guide and manage their investments through their careers and into retirement.
Prior to joining Carnegie, Raz worked at Tower Wealth Management as a research analyst. He also worked at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Longbow Research.
Raz is an active member of Carnegie’s Investment Committee. He is the treasurer of the Armenian Cultural Group of Cleveland and a member of St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church’s Finance Committee. He also volunteers at St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church in Richmond Heights, Ohio. Raz earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from John Carroll University. He currently lives in University Heights and enjoys playing sports, cheering for all three Cleveland sports teams, running, reading and spending time with his family and friends.
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