Jason (Jay) Stern has more than 28 years of experience within the financial services sector and is committed to exceeding the highest of standards for WestPark Capital across a range of benchmarks including compliance, professionalism and client / partner service.
With the majority of his expertise positioned within the broker-dealer operations and sales area, Mr. Stern is a licensed Broker-Deal Registered Representative (RR) and holds Series 7 (General Securities Representative), Series 24 (General Securities Principal) and Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent) Licenses. Commencing with WestPark Capital in the late 1990s, Mr. Stern possessed a depth of experience across a range of financial institutions prior to joining the team. Previously Branch Manager (Santa Monica and Beverley Hills) at Global Capital Securities, Mr. Stern led a group of more than 60 personnel, including 50 brokers and 10 support staff. Responsibilities involved operational management across both locations, successfully coordinating several corporate finance transactions projects, and providing full-service brokerage for established clients.
Mr. Stern was also President of Beverly Hills Capital, Inc., where he was responsible for a number of projects including the merger and acquisition of three independently-owned boutique investment banking franchises. During this time, he also developed and trained more than 100 registered stockbrokers. In 1989, Mr. Stern began his career in the financial services sector, starting out with the Boston-based firm, Gruntal & Company. His background also encompasses an outstanding track record of results as a broker at several premier firms. One of which was at Prudential Securities, where he was also the Associate Vice President for their Beverly Hills office. In 1997, Mr. Stern transitioned within the sector to take up management and business development roles.
Mr. Stern holds qualifications from Northeastern University and Boston University, both of which focused in the disciplines of economics and finance.