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The former President of Ambras Fine Jewelry, a jewelry manufacturing company in New York, Ezra Dweck currently oversees Safra Asset Management Corporation’s private equity research department as Vice President. Named President Emeritus on his departure from Ambras in 2011, Mr. Dweck accomplished many successes for the family-run business. Striving to maintain a market share during volatile economic times, Ezra Dweck succeeded in continued penetration into global markets, establishing key relationships with wholesalers, retailers, and online merchants. Completing strategies that included a company transition from gold to silver, he accomplished a 1-year company growth rate of 100% while still maintaining low employee turnover. Responsible for more than 50 employees, Ezra Dweck also created a new distribution center for product fulfillment that completes more than 3,000 orders a day, with generated sales of $100 million. An honors graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s The Wharton School, Ezra Dweck completed his Bachelor of Science in Management and Finance in just three years. Mr. Dweck was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar while attending the dual concentration program. Discovering as a child that he suffered from dyslexia, Ezra Dweck continues to support organizations that assist children in need. He functions as a member of the fundraising board of Reach for the Stars Learning Center, an organization dedicated to children with autism. He previously served on the board of the school Barkai Yeshiva in Brooklyn. Mr. Dweck is a member of the Jewelry Retail Network and The Wharton School Alumni Association.

Work experience

Jan 2007Present

Vice President


Ezra Dweck's Achievements:

  • Doubled sales over a 1 year period.
  • Steered the company through the great recession.
  • Successfully spearheaded the transition from gold to silver jewelry.
  • Managed over $100,000,000 in total sales,
  • Set-up a fulfillment center which shipped up to 3,0000 packages a day


Sep 1994May 1997


University Of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and Finance


  • Ben Franklin Scholars Program


  • Graduated with Honors with a double major.