Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: Nexos Financial Services
Location: Howard Beach, New York, United States
Humbert Suremott, Chief Executive Officer at Nexos Financial Services, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of financial management.
Drawing on almost four decades of expertise in the fields of banking and wealth management, Mr. Suremott has garnered a laudable reputation as the chief executive officer of Nexos Financial Services since 1982. Bearing a wealth of experience in fostering international business relationships, he is responsible for managing projections and tracking company expenses in order to maintain financial stability. Having previously managed and directed feasibility studies for the construction of an 800-room hotel in Colombia, Mr. Suremott’s proficiency in the field also extends to import and exports.
Outside of his primary career endeavors, Mr. Suremott has earned acclaim as the co-founder and former director of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Queens. Moreover, he served as a business and economics teacher at DeVry University and has stood as a candidate for election in both the New York State Assembly and the State Senate throughout the course of his career. Well regarded for his unwavering dedication to the local community, Mr. Suremott was also commissioned as a lay pastoral minister by the Dioceses of Queens and Brooklyn in 2008.
Mr. Suremott has garnered numerous accolades throughout the course of his career, including a Pioneer Award by the New York Statewide Caucus of the National Hispanic American Agenda Summit in 2004, as well as an appreciation award in recognition of his efforts on behalf of Latin American immigrants from Johns Hopkins University in 1997. During the earliest stages of his career, he was also bestowed with a Latin Caucus Award from York College in 1987. In accounting for his standout success, Mr. Suremott attributes his steadfast dedication in contributing to small business development, especially those owned by immigrants.
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