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Professional and Spiritual Networking
Entrepreneur and finance professional Saul Meyer brings a diverse resume to his work as the owner of an investment firm in Dallas, Texas. He previously functioned as Vice President of Churchill Capital Company, LLC. With a background in real estate, law, and finance, he also served as Director of Private Equity and Real Estate Investments for Holbein Associates, Inc., where he completed more than $400 million in real estate transactions. Working with commercial, industrial, residential, and multi-family properties, Saul Meyer completed research, due diligence, and portfolio assessments. Today, Saul Meyer is the owner of Balam Group, a Dallas, Texas-based investment firm that devotes its investment resources to real estate opportunities and profitable companies. Since its inception in 2009, Balam Group has assembled complex deals and restructured financial documents. Saul Meyer graduated from Emory University with an undergraduate degree in Italian Studies, Art History, and International Studies. While attending Emory, he studied at John Cabot University in Rome, furthering his interest and understanding of Italian. As an undergraduate, he served as a Research Project Leader and Intern for the International Juridical Organization for Environment and Development. He went on to complete his graduate and law degrees at the University of Texas. He eventually moved to Dallas, where he now resides. Saul Meyer’s memberships and community involvement includes work with the Jewish Federation of Dallas and Temple Emanuel of Dallas.
Jewish Federation of Dallas, Business, Finance, Community Service
Saul Meyer owns and operates the Balam Group, which seeks unique real estate investment opportunities. In addition, his firm invests in stable operating companies. Active in community affairs outside the office, Saul Meyer supports the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas.For more than a century, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas has provided food and shelter to those without. When it began as Federated Hebrew Charities in 1911, it consolidated the efforts of several different organizations operating in the Dallas area. Its most pressing task at the time was to welcome Jews entering America via the Port of Galveston and help them get settled in their new country. Food and shelter were immediate requirements of the new immigrants; the federation also assessed their health needs and also taught them English as a second language.The organization‘s mission has expanded, as it tries to meet newly recognized problems with solutions. The federation’s portfolio of services now includes a broad range of social services for women, immigrants, individuals with disabilities, and elderly persons. It helps people find new work, and offers recreational opportunities for youth, especially during the summer.