Harry began in the private sector taking a small, family-owned, multinational defense electronics business from 15 million dollars to over 100 million dollars in revenue. After selling the company in 2001, he ran an independent investment banking company securing financing for several large companies including an international steel conglomerate and a national entertainment company. Realizing the needs and goals of many of his clients “post-transaction”, Harry began to focus on the estate and wealth planning side of the advisory business. First working with Mass Mutual and then leaving to join Ameriprise, where he was one of the highest ranked producers in the firm. Using his invaluable life experiences as a foundation. Harry is able to provide his clients with a unique perspective above and beyond a normal advising platform. In his spare time, Harry when not competing in Ironman competitions, can be found on the golf course with his wife who are both avid golfers or hanging out with his 3 children and 3 step-children. Harry also serves on the Board of Trustees of the National MS Society, LI Chapter of the American Heart Association and Board Member of the Nassau County Museum of Art.