Gregory V. Kanarian, CFA®
Vice President, Portfolio Consultant
Natixis Investment Managers Solutions
Gregory V. Kanarian is a Vice President and Portfolio Consultant with Natixis. In this role, he provides portfolio research and construction consultation to wealth advisors using an array of qualitative insights and quantitative tools. Mr. Kanarian also researches and writes about relevant investment topics.
Prior to joining Natixis in 2011, Mr. Kanarian was a vice president / portfolio consultant with Deutsche Bank and a financial planning associate with Pillar Financial Advisors. He has over 18 years of investment industry experience.
Mr. Kanarian has a BS in finance from Babson College and a JD from Suffolk University Law School. He currently serves on the investment committees for St. Stephen’s Armenian Apostolic Church and Camp Haiastan. He is a CFA® charterholder and is FINRA Series 7 and 66 licensed.
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