Andrew Aran, CFA, joins CHCC Foundation Board
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The Christian Health (CHCC) Foundation recently appointed Andrew Aran, CFA, to its board of trustees. Mr. Aran is a partner at Regency Wealth Management in Ramsey. The Wyckoff resident was previously affiliated with LPL Financial and Alliance Bernstein’s Fixed Income Division, where he formed and headed the company’s corporate bond research group, managed institutional global credit portfolios, a credit-oriented hedge fund, and a retail balanced mutual fund. He has also helped manage numerous institutional and retail bond strategies. His prior experience also includes research roles at PaineWebber, Citibank, and Standard & Poors, after being a Relationship Manager at The Chase Manhattan Bank.
Mr. Aran has been published in Institutional Investors; authored a case study in Frank J. Fabozzi’s Bond Credit Analysis: Framework and Case Studies; quoted in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and on Bloomberg and CNBC; and spoken at numerous financial conferences around the world. He also served on Markit iBoxx’s Oversight Committee and is a member of the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute, Fixed Income Analysts Society Inc., and New York Society of Security Analysts.
Mr. Aran earned a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and a master of business administration degree from Fordham University Graduate School of Business. He was awarded Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1986. He is Past President of the Bergen County Chapter of the New Canaan Society, trustee for Star of Hope Ministries, and Advisory Board member of Street 2 Street.He is a member of Grace Church of Ridgewood, where he has served on the Elder Board and Finance Committee.
“Christian Health is an integral part of the community, offering unparalleled services delivered by friendly, well-trained, and caring staff,” Mr. Aran says. “I look forward to helping others learn more about CHCC so that they can appreciate, pray for, and support its services.”