The Hajdari Group, a New York-based wealth management firm, has opened a new branch in Staten Island.

The firm was set up by Zaim Hajdari, who previously served as an investment manager at JPMorgan Chase.

It offers a range of services including estate planning, college planning, 401(k) rollover advice and tax planning.

Commenting on the development, Zaim Hajdari said: “The opening of this branch on Staten Island is the actualisation of an important dream for me.

“I was born and raised here on the island, a child of hardworking immigrant parents. I understand those struggles. And although I trained on Wall Street, working with some of the wealthiest and most influential financial institutions in the country, I have always had my roots here.

“I wanted to bring back what I’ve learned, my wealth management experience, and offer it to families who are trying to navigate their financial futures.”

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Hajdari Group recently introduced a Sharia-compliant financial planning platform InvestHalal targeted at Muslim clients.

Zaim Hajdari added: “Financial planning is not just an exclusive concern of the rich: it’s important for anyone who seeks to secure the future of their family’s legacy.

“And that takes time. It also takes getting to know people as individuals, not just their portfolios and their accounts.”