“I am an advocate for my clients. I am committed to giving them the best possible experience while helping them achieve their financial goals.”
Razmig Pounardjian serves as Portfolio Manager; managing custom portfolios for select clients and is an integral part of Carnegie’s investment selection and portfolio structuring process. He also writes his own market blog.
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 serves on Parish Council at the St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church and is a member of the St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church Finance Committee, which oversees and manages the Church endowment fund. He is the Treasurer of the Armenian Cultural Group of Ohio and an active member of the Armenian Assembly of Ohio. Also, he serves on the marketing/social media committee for Solon Community Living, a local non-profit whose mission is to create a safe and community-accessible neighborhood for those with disabilities. 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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