Experienced Investment Adviser
John Savadjian is an experienced investment adviser who lives in Old Tappan, New Jersey. Prior to entering the financial world, John received his Bachelor of Science Degree in business from City College of New York. He also holds Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) designations from the American College along with a Certified Long-Term Care (CLTC) designation. He is also a registered broker with the FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority)
John started out with Prudential and enjoyed a long tenure there in many positions and especially as an agency managing director in which he built his insurance agency into one of the most successful in the country. Consequently, he received many prestigious company awards including being the top Sales Manager in the Eastern Home Office in 1981 and more than twenty President Citation Awards; one of these awards included the Chairman’s Trophy in 2005 as the best General Manager in the United States.
Serving Client Needs
As a Registered Investment Adviser, John Savadjian’s overall objective is to serve the needs of his clients. For over four decades, he has handled the retirement and insurance needs of countless individuals and businesses. His clients have always benefited from his unwavering commitment to preserve and grow their wealth in addition to leaving behind a substantial legacy. His deep track record and many long-term client relationships are a testament to his success.
Serving the Local Community
In addition to serving his clients, John Savadjian has proudly served his local community for many years. He has been honored by scouts and officials for his involvement with Boy Scout Troop 132 in Old Tappan. He is also a member of the Knights of Vartan, who support their communities through education and charitable endeavors.
Furthermore, John has long been a strong advocate of the 200 Club of Bergen County’s objective to offer financial and emotional support to county residents who serve as fire, law enforcement and EMS personnel and their families in case of a serious injury or death in the line of duty. In addition, the 200 Club also sponsors scholarships and special needs appropriations to agencies that protect and serve Bergen communities.