Jorge Ambriz

Junior Trader/Relationship Associate

Jorge Ambriz joined the L&S Advisors team in 2017. As a Junior Trader/Relationship Associate, he is responsible for assisting in the execution and allocation of client trades, as well as providing top-quality support to the firm’s investment clients and financial advisor partners.

Prior to joining L&S Advisors, Jorge worked at Charles Schwab in Austin, Texas as a Client Service Associate where he collaborated closely with clients to meet their needs.

Jorge is a graduate of the University of California, Riverside, where he received a B.S. in business administration with a concentration in finance.

On the personal side

Jorge is a first generation Mexican-American from a family of five, and the youngest of three brothers. He grew up in Torrance, California, then later spent twelve years in the Inland Empire. Currently, he lives in Canoga Park with a friendly husky.

Since early childhood, when he would play with his friends and brothers until the sun set, sports have been a huge part of Jorge’s life. Favorites include football, hiking, and fishing. But anything that gets the blood flowing and gets him outdoors will do (and a little friendly competition never hurts).

Jorge supports causes that positively impact the community and help people improve their lives. He has a particular passion for mentoring students, with a focus on career guidance and financial education. While attending the University of California, Riverside, Jorge was an ambassador, representing the chancellor and the student body to the community, organizations, and businesses. He remains an active member of the UCR Student Alumni Association, where he promotes greater awareness of university programs.

Something you may not know about Jorge

Jorge is a secret musical junkie. Although he listens to most genres, he has a particular soft spot for music from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. He enjoys taking original tracks and giving them an entirely new sound by remixing the vocals and instruments. So if you want a updated version of “Piano Man,” you know who to ask.

Back to Our Team