Tomas Leszczynski is a founder of a Registered Investment Advisory firm Santoren Inc. He makes all investment decisions for Santoren clients. Twitter: @santoren Experience: CEO, Founder, Santoren Inc. August 2006 – Present (6 years 8 months) Santoren is a Registered Investment Advisory firm providing investment services to private clients. Tomas Leszczynski is responsible for all trading decisions and operations at the company. The services include portfolio management, estate planning, and business development services. Tomas Leszczynski holds series 7 and series 66 registrations. CEO, Founder, MugToGo Inc. January 1999 – August 2011 (12 years 8 months) First disposable paper mug on the market for coffee industry. Directed a development of mass volume production lines; managed a team of 20+, culminating in a market introduction at Barnes & Noble. Co-founder, Managing Partner, Angen Advisors LLC. 2008 – 2009 (1 year) Angen provides Financial Senior Executive talent and services to startups, entrepreneurial firms and businesses. Financial Advisor, McGinn Smith & Co. Inc. 2005 – 2006 (1 year) Financial Advisor at the Investment Bank on Wall Street. Financial Advisor, UBS 2003 – 2005 (2 years) Managed accounts of high net worth investors at a private client group located at the headquarters of UBS in New York. CEO, Founder, Creative Director, Abacus Graphics Ltd. 1984 – 1998 (14 years) Founded one of the first computer graphics companies in New York. Directed all operations, including the management of 12+ crew. Developed large client accounts, including: American Express, Chase, Seagrams, Random House, Fodor's, Pfizer.
Engineer, technology geek, small business owner (several: engineering, construction, software, manufacturer's rep, real estate development...); management consultant; long-time investor ("tips," a lot of losers); recent student of technical investing; recent student of stem cell technologies and companies; recent investor in 11 stem cell and related companies...all long. Generally long philosophy; not smart enough or inclined to go short, because I hate to bet against the people I like, even for money (I have the same philosophy at the crap tables!:o).
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