On Mon., Sept. 12, Jacob Hagop Yahiayan, the founder and managing member of Continental Advisory Services, LLC, will speak at the dinner meeting of the St. James Armenian Church Men’s Club. The topic will be “Creating Economic Value in an Age of Diminishing Returns.”
During his 20 years in corporate banking, Yahiayan has successfully structured over $5 billion in corporate financing in North American and international markets. In his last management role, Yahiayan was the assistant general manager and head of corporate banking at a subsidiary of Standard Chartered Bank, Plc. Previously Yahiayan was the vice president of the Corporate and Institutional Group for Standard Chartered Bank’s New York branch and the head of credit and business development for the New York branch of Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad.
Yahiayan is also a licensed registered investment advisor in New York, California, Florida, and Texas, and holds a NYS real estate broker’s license. He’s served on the advisory boards at NYU, Lebanese American University, and NYIT’s School of Management. Yahiayan received his BA from New York University, MBA from the New York Institute of Technology, international management certification from INSEAD, Fontainebleau-France, and an MS-Education from CUNY.
The social hour starts with mezza at 6:15 p.m., followed by a complete losh kebab and kheyma dinner at 7, for $12 per person. The dinner meeting will be at the St. James Armenian Church Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center, Keljik Hall, on 465 Mount Auburn St. in Watertown. Ladies, as always, are welcome.