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For over eighty years, Amalgamated Bank has been providing financial services to working people. The Bank first opened its doors in New York on April 14, 1923. Under the leadership of Sidney Hillman, the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America had investe
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Joseph Brunken will help Amalgamated Bank’s institutional asset management and custody division “further expand alliances” with jointly-administered trust funds and public employee health and welfare plans as its senior VP and ...
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Amalgamated Bank Names Joseph E. Brunken to Direct Marketing and Client Servi... 23 Mar 2010 at 10:24am
Focused on building successful, long-term client relationships, Amalgamated Bank's Institutional Asset Management and Custody Division appointed Joseph E. Brunken as its Senior Vice President, Director of Marketing and Client Services.
Garden Heights Property Management, Inc.
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After thirty years in the financial services industry - holding senior positions at such firms as Chase, Institutional Investor, Nikko Capital Management, Mutual of America and Amalgamated Bank - Joe turned to his life-long inerest in real estate and launched Garden Heights Property Management (GHPM) to serve the needs of unique small co-op's.
Joe holds an MS in Business Policy from Columbia University and did undergraduate work at Pace.
His affiliations include formerly holding Series 6, 26 and 63 licenses, being a member of the National Association of Realtors and Long Island Board of Realtors.
Joe was a board member and Treasurer of his Forest Hills cooperative, providing him with a deep knowledge of how tenant-owned buildings operate.
Joe's financial background and attention to detail serve him well in helping his
clients achieve their financial objectives.
Garden Heights Property Management, Inc.
Joe, you have definitely made the officers lives easier with your wisdom, honesty resourcefulness and flexibility.
-Lotte E. Gahn DeGuire, President
As a board member in a self managed co-op, Joe has been invaluable in the daily running of our building.
attention to detail as Treasurer has saved our co-op thousands of dollars and allowed us to build a strong financial future.
-Jerry Ball, President "The Gardens"
personal and professional experience have allowed him to develop into a top-notch property manager.
Having lived in a cooperative for over 20 years and serving as an officer of the corporation, he knows first-hand the needs and concerns of small cooperatively-owned buildings.
education and experience in the financial services industry give him an excellent understanding of not just a building's financial statements, but the issues surrounding the major financial decisions they must make.
More importantly, having worked with Joe
for the last few years, I have been impressed by his
professional demeanor, attention to detail, and solid knowledge of the laws in this field.
is someone both you and your building can trust.
About Beaudoin Realty Group
Joseph E. Brunken
Mr. Brunken has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry and recently began to develop his own businesses in the real estate industry.
Currently, he is the founder and owner of JEMM R.E. Mgt Co., LLC and co-founder and joint-owner of Garden Heights Property Management, Inc.
In addition, he is an active Real Estate Associate Broker with Beaudoin Realty Group Inc. in New York.
Prior to these endeavors, Mr. Brunken was responsible for overseeing the sales and marketing activities of Mutual of America Capital Management Corporation and was an integral part of the strategic planning process.
In his position as Senior Vice President, he was a player-coach.
Mr. Brunken developed the marketing strategy, identified product capability, built and managed the sales and sales support team, developed the firm's marketing material and covered the Northeast territory.
In addition, he
was intimately involved in the re-organization of the firm, which included: identifying organizational and product deficiencies, development of a new organizational structure, targeting potential acquisitions to expand product capability, hiring of senior portfolio managers and the director of research.
Prior to joining Mutual of America Capital Management, Mr. Brunken was with Nikko Capital Management, Inc., where he was directly responsible for raising over $3 billion dollars in assets and the first US clients for this branch office of a Japanese organization.
As a member of management for this small branch office, Mr. Brunken
was involved in many aspects of the firm's operation.
prior tenure with Institutional Investor, Inc.
, combined his
seasoned management capability from Chase Bank
interpersonal skills and he
very quickly became one of the highest producers in the group and was shortly promoted to oversee the firm's private membership group for money management firms known as the Institutional Investor Institute
Mr. Brunken began his career in financial services with the Chase Manhattan Bank where he rapidly progressed through ever increasing responsible positions that included: credit, client service, product management, operations and systems management.
Mr. Brunken earned a Master's of Science in Business Policy from Columbia University Business School and did undergraduate studies at Pace University Lubin School for Business.
In addition, Mr. Brunken has previously passed the Series 6, 26 and 63 National Association of Securities Dealers (now known as FINRA) license exams and holds a NY State Real Estate Broker's License.
Mr. Brunken is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Long Island Board of Realtors.
He is also an active member of his community and a member of the Board of Directors, Treasurer for his co-op and a Board Member of The Lowell School, a non-public school located in Queens, NY serving children with learning disabilities.