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HAIG CHAKAMIAN

President

Andrew Hollander is a senior studying Finance and Accounting in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Andrew has obtained internships in three areas of the financial industry and previously served as Growth Fund Manager at SU Investment Club. Andrew hopes to leverage his leadership skills and knowledge of financial markets to educate and prepare club members for a career in the financial industry. Andrew is currently a Junior Analyst at Orange Value Fund and will join Wells Fargo’s Corporate & Investment Banking Healthcare Group as a 2021 Summer Analyst. Andrew is a Swedish and American citizen who enjoys traveling and snowboarding in his free time.

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ZACK FINE

Vice President

Zack Fine is a junior from New York City. He is pursuing a double major in Economics and Supply Chain Management, with a minor in Data Analytics. Zack's interest in investing stems from both his interest in the science of how markets function and his passion for close, holistic analysis of individual companies. He previously served as both treasurer and chief technology officer, and brings his experience managing the day-to-day operations of the club to his role as vice president. As Vice President, Zack hopes to make investing, both personally and as a career, more accessible to new members regardless of their academic backgrounds.

ALEX RICKARD

Portfolio Fund Manager

Alex is a junior at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management from Westfield, New Jersey. He is majoring in Finance and Accounting, with a double minor in Data Analytics and Economics. Alex found his passion for investing early in high school and continues to strengthen his knowledge and interest throughout his time at Syracuse. Serving as the head Portfolio Manager, Alex aims to lead discussions on the club's portfolio, guide the club to choose smart investment decisions and, of course, help maximize returns on the club's portfolio.  Previously serving as the club's Growth Fund Manager and Chief Research offer, Alex is looking forward to continuing his executive board tenure and sharing his love of finance with the rest of investment club. 

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HAIG CHAKAMIAN

President

Haig Chakamian is a sophomore studying Finance and Business Analytics in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. He has numerous experiences in the financial services industry and previously served as Contrarian Fund Manager at SU Investment Club. Haig found his passion for investing amidst the opportunities from the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to strengthen his knowledge and interest throughout his time at Syracuse. He hopes to leverage his leadership skills and knowledge of financial markets to educate and prepare club members for a career in the financial industry as well as obtain an internship himself. Additionally, Haig is also involved in the Student Association, the chess club, the supply chain club and is a Whitman student ambassador.

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NATHAN BLACK

Macro Fund Manager

Nate is a junior in the Whitman School of Management majoring in Finance and Supply Chain Management while pursuing a minor in history. His passion for finance sparked at an early age when he took a stock market class in 7th grade and fell in love with following the markets. Outside of the investment club, Nate serves as the President of Whitman’s Franklin Supply Chain Management Club and is a brother of Delta Sigma Pi, a Professional Business Fraternity. Nate also works in the office of financial literacy as a Smart Money Coach, where he holds weekly meetings with students to help them better understand their personal finances. This upcoming summer, Nate will be interning as a commodity analyst on bp’s trading floor in Chicago 

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ETHAN MONTGOMERY

Growth Fund Manager

Ethan is a junior in the Whitman School of Management from Winnetka, IL. He is currently pursuing a double major in Finance and Business Analytics. His interest in the finance started in junior high through a financial management class and has continued to grow at Syracuse. He previously served as Head of Member Development and is now excited to lead the Growth Fund. He is hoping to continue sharing his interest with new members by working together on growth investment pitches. Ethan is also a junior analyst in the Orange Value Fund and a tutor for First Generation Investors on campus.

NICK JESSOP

Contrarian Fund Manager

Nick Jessop is a sophomore from Rye, New York. He is currently pursuing a dual major in Finance and Real Estate. Nick’s passion for investing spawned from his involvement in his high school stock market competition. This year, he is aiming to continue that passion at the helm of the contrarian fund. Nick plans to educate members on the philosophies behind contrarian strategy and continue research within the field with fellow club members. Furthermore, he will be completing an internship this summer at a firm that focuses on special legal events in the financial world, in many cases, taking contrarian stances on those events. Outside of the Investment Club, Nick is involved in Greek life and enjoys running, skiing, and surfing.

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ELI ROERDON

Value Fund Manager

Eli is a sophomore in the Whitman School of Management from Uxbridge, Massachusetts. He is majoring in Finance with a minor in Information Management. Eli inherited his passion for the financial markets from his dad, who taught Eli financial literacy at a young age. As the value fund manager, he aims to strengthen the club’s portfolio, by finding investments that may be underestimated by the markets. He also strives to educate and engage others by teaching them the principles of value investing. In his free time, Eli likes to fish and snowboard.

GREG TULLY

Treasurer

Gregory Tully is a sophomore from Northport, Long Island. He is currently pursuing a double major in Finance and Business Analytics. His interest in investing and in current events has led him to the Syracuse University Investment Club. He is responsible for overseeing the cash flows of the fund's bank account and managing the funding for club activities. Along his position with the SU Investment Club, Greg works as a Student Tech Consultant at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and is a member of Phi Kappa Psi. 

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COLIN WILSON

Head of Member Development

Colin Wilson is a junior from Fairfield, Connecticut. He is currently pursuing a double major in Finance and Marketing Management at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. His interest in investing and passion for helping others has led him to the SU Investment Club as the Head of Member Development. As Head of Member Development, Colin’s goal is to grow the engagement of new members and develop a welcoming environment within the club while also expanding their investment knowledge.

KADEN WARNER

Research Officer

Kaden is a sophomore from Atlanta, GA. He is currently pursuing a double major in Finance and Real Estate in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Kaden’s passion for investing was realized due in large part to the efforts of past executive board members of Syracuse’s Investment Club, and he hopes to provide the same support for present and future members in his role as Chief Research Officer. His responsibilities include recording gains and losses on the club’s current holdings and aiding members in their research for stock pitches. Outside of SUIC, Kaden is the Vice President of Phi Kappa Psi and enjoys hiking and cliff jumping in his free time. 

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DYLAN YOUNG

Chief  Technology Officer

Dylan Young is a sophomore studying EEE and Supply Chain in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. He has a wide variety of experience in the business world thus far and is currently Chief Marketing Officer of the Entrepreneurship club.. In order to broaden his horizons, Dylan is seeking a better understanding of the inner workings of investments which he hopes to use to his advantage when it counts in the near future, While Finance is not his strongest area of expertise, he is working to improve his overall knowledge of the industry while contributing to the Investment Club's growth simultaneously.  Additionally, Dylan is also involved in the professional fraternity known as Delta Sigma Pi, Entrepreneurship Club, Supply Chain Club and is a Whitman Student Ambassador.

DAVID PLOTKIN

Fixed Income Fund Manager

David is a sophomore at Martin J. Whitman School of Management from Miami, FL. He is currently pursuing a major in Finance. David found his passion for investing and trading in his junior year of high school. Since then, he has been strengthening his knowledge and experience in trading & investing in bonds, hybrid securities, stocks, and derivatives. Serving as a Fixed Income Fund Manager, David aims to strengthen the club's Fixed Income portfolio by trading or investing long-term in undervalued fixed income securities; the decision buy or sell is based on bond issuer's relative historical facts, future expectations, and economic factors.

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