Amit Stavinsky - CEO, Managing Director, Lead Advisor
Amit Stavinsky is the Managing Director, and the Lead Advisor of the wealth management firm Tamar Securities, LLC and a registered representative with Purshe Kaplan Sterling. Amit has been an investment professional in the U.S. since 1991. From 1996 to 2010, Amit served as an Executive Director of Investments and an Omega Portfolio Manager with Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. Before joining Oppenheimer in 1996, he worked as a Financial Advisor at Prudential Securities.
From 1982 to 1986, Amit served as a Lieutenant in the Israeli Air Force, performing various aviation intelligence assignments. Subsequently, he founded the Israeli Economic Monthly Review, a financial publication with a circulation of 20,000 that targeted institutional and high net worth readers. He sold this publication after moving to the U.S.
Amit describes himself as a top-down value investor who seeks to identify domestic and global companies in undervalued sectors which he refers to as "Super Cycles" that sell at deep discounts to both their respective and historical intrinsic values. Amit defines "Super Cycles" as undervalued sectors in the global economy that he believes are best positioned for "Long Term Growth".
Amit graduated magna cum laude in Finance from Woodbury University. He holds the General Securities Representative License (Series 7), the Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam (Series 63) and the Uniform Investment Advisor Law Exam (Series 65). He is also licensed as an Agent for Life Insurance in the state of California.
Amit resides in Woodland Hills, CA with his wife and three children. He is a board member of the Jewish National Fund, an advisor to the Peace Works Corporation, an active member of the Anti-Defamation League and a frequent speaker at synagogues in the Los Angeles area.
Frank Parks - Senior Financial Associate
A native of Washington, D.C., grew up in Maryland. He attended the University of Maryland, graduating with a degree in Communications from the College Parks campus in 1981. After he moved to Los Angeles, he joined Dean Witter in 1987. Subsequently, Frank worked at Morgan Stanley. In 2003, he joined Oppenheimer where he became associated with Amit Stavinsky.
Frank holds the General Securities Representative License (Series 7) as well as the Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam (Series 63). He is also licensed as an Agent for Life Insurance in the state of California.
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