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Sam Gurvitch

Sam Gurvitch

Financial Advisor

Sam Gurvitch was born and raised in New York City. He is a graduate of Edward R Murrow High School and the State University of New York at Albany. Sam has worked for public officials including Brooklyn District Attorney Charles “Joe” Hynes, New York State Assemblyperson Adele Cohen and United States Senator, Charles Schumer. When Senator Schumer was serving as the Chair for the Banking and Insurance Committee in Congress, Sam’s interest in financial services was piqued, and ultimately, Sam decided to pursue a career that would help address the financial needs of those within his community. Soon afterwards, Sam expanded his geographic radius to take on clients throughout the country.

Joining the Financial Advisor industry in 2001, Sam has been trading and investing for nearly 20 years offering a full suite of financial planning services to families, businesses and non-profit organizations, helping them optimize their resources to achieve their financial goals. Sam takes a consultative approach with his clients, authoring financial plans and assisting them in managing both their personal wealth and business assets. Sam is process driven, not product driven. His clients are at the center of everything he does. With a straightforward approach, Sam shows clients how to grow and protect their assets – he listens, assesses, recommends, implements, monitors and adjusts as needed. In 2019, Sam established SDG Asset Management Group LLC and is thrilled to be partnered with the Oxinas team.

Sam is an Eagle Scout and remains active in scouting, volunteering for his sons’ local troop. Sam married his wife, Adar in 2003. Together with their three children, Aidan, Dylan and Kyla, they live in Scarsdale NY. Sam has also enjoyed coaching his sons’ little league and basketball teams. Sam and Adar are very active in their local school and synagogue communities. In his free time, Sam enjoys playing baseball, tennis, camping, cooking, traveling and spending time with his family. He is also a bereaved Mets fan.