Junko Horvath, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER ™, Certified Financial Transitionist®
Junko came to the US from Tokyo, Japan in 1988 and earned an MBA degree from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990. In her first position as a trader at Fuji Bank (today known as Mizuho Financial Group), she managed foreign currency trading, hedging strategies and economic forecasting, eventually rising to the level of Vice President.
It was this experience that inspired her to leave the large corporation to become a financial advisor, helping men and women in the Atlanta community. Junko is a Certified Financial PlannerTM with over 16 years of experience, helping successful men and women to achieve their financial dreams and goals. She is a multiple year recipient of the Five Star Advisors award which is given to the top 7% of financial advisors in Atlanta. In 2014, she received the Women’s Choice Award by the WIFE organization as one of the TOP 100 Financial Advisors in the U.S. She has been featured in medias such as Forbes, WSJ, Atlanta Magazine, and Global Atlanta.
Junko is an active member in the greater Atlanta community and engages in a number of social and charitable undertakings. Her goal is to improve her singing skills and provide a charity concert in the near future. She is a past Treasurer at the Torah Day School of Atlanta and a former Secretary of the Midtown Rotary Club. She belongs to Metro Atlanta Chamber, Japan American Society of Georgia, and Philanthropic Advisor Leadership Institute. Junko and her husband Stephen have two daughters, Yael and Adina.
To receive the Five Star Wealth Manager award, individuals must satisfy a series of eligibility and evaluation criteria associated with wealth managers who provide services to clients. Recipients are identified through research conducted by industry peers and firms. Third party rankings and recognitions from rating services or publications are not indicative of past or future investment performance. For more information, go to www.fivestarprofessional.com and To receive the Women’s Choice Award, individuals must satisfy a series of evaluation criteria associated with providing quality service to women clients. Financial Advisors may pay a basic program fee to cover the cost of comprehensive review and client survey. Third party rankings and recognitions are not indicative of past or future investment performance and should not be construed as an endorsement of the financial advisor. For more information, go to www.WIFE.org