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Banker

Kalman Chaim Sporn, American banker. Recipient Young Business Leadership award, Sanz Medical Center Laniado Hospital, 2001. Republican party candidate New York State Assembly 69th District, New York City, 2002—2002; meeting with Pope John Paul II, International Council of Christians and Jews, Vatican City, 1993—1993.

Background

Sporn, Kalman Chaim was born on May 17, 1971 in Far Rockaway, New York, United States. Son of Rabbi Joseph Yochanan and Esther Perl Sporn.

Education

Student, Yeshiva University, New York and Israel, 1989—1992. Bachelor, City University of New York, 1994.

Career

Associate director of government relations HIAS - Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, New York City, 1993—1994. Liaison to congressman Charles Schumer, United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1993—1994. Assistant managing director Helmsley -Spear Ltd., New York City, 1994—1996.

Private banker Investec Bank (United Kingdom) Ltd., London, 1996—1998. Finance advisor Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Oppenheimer, New York City, 1999—2000. Vice president corporation finance Global Supply Net.com, 2000—2003.

Consultant Crescent Capital Partners, Amman, Jordan, 2000—2001.

Membership

Republican party candidate New York State Assembly 69th District, New York City, 2002—2002. Meeting with Pope John Paul II, International Council of Christians and Jews, Vatican City, 1993—1993.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Contemporary art, dance, Holocaust studies, piano, travel.

Connections

father:
Rabbi Joseph Yochanan

mother:
Esther Perl Sporn