Janney announced the addition of Abraham Horowitz to the firm.
PHILADELPHIA – Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, a leading full-service wealth management, financial services, and investment banking firm, has announced the addition of Financial Advisor Abraham Horowitz in Miami. He was formerly associated with Morgan Stanley, and joins Janney as First Vice President/Wealth Management.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Abraham to the team. He is committed to helping clients achieve their goals through a holistic planning approach, and he will be a great asset to our team and culture,” said Frank Amigo, Senior Vice President and Regional Manager.
Abraham has more than 20 years of experience, including financial planning, asset management, and retirement and estate planning. He also has extensive experience serving the investment management needs of local financial institutions, such as banks and insurance companies. Prior to Janney, he spent most of his career at Raymond James before joining Morgan Stanley in 2011. He earned a juris doctorate from Ohio State University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Miami. Abraham is a Certified Financial Planner™, and holds Series 7, 63 and 65 licenses.
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Janney provides advice to individual, corporate, and institutional clients. Our expertise includes guidance about asset management, corporate and public finance, equity and fixed income investing, equity research, institutional equity and fixed income sales and trading, investment strategy, financial planning, mergers and acquisitions, public and private capital raising, portfolio management, retirement and income planning, and wealth management. Janney is an independently-operated subsidiary of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the New York Stock Exchange, and Securities Investor Protection Corporation. Additional company information is available at www.janney.com.
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