Our Team

Back to the whole team

Ivana Gavran
Ivana Gavran
Investment and Education Specialist
ivana@pa401k.com
216.595.0729

Ivana Gavran serves as our Individual Education/Investment Service Manager. Ivana joined Pension Advisors after seven years at Fidelity Investments where she held several roles. Ivana obtained her licenses soon after joining Fidelity where she started as a Securities Trader in a fast-paced phone site environment. She quickly excelled and was relocated to Cleveland to work as a Private Client Specialist in their High Net Worth group. As a Relationship Manager, Ivana was responsible for over 2,000 individual client relationships and approximately 2.2 billion dollars under management.

Ivana has studied International Relations and German at the University of Utah and is fluent in three Languages: Croatian, German and English.

Ivana has the Series 7, 63, 66, Life & Health licenses.

In her free time Ivana enjoys spending time with family and friends; outdoor activities such as skiing, volleyball, running and cycling. Originally from Croatia, she is an avid soccer and basketball fan (Croatian National Team and Cleveland Cavaliers.)


Questions for Ivana? Fill out the form below:

Fill out my online form.

Latest Updates & Information

2nd Qtr 2017 Market Insights

U.S. Economy – Good The key factors we track, unemployment, housing, and inflation, are still healthy.  There has been little change to inflation, which stays solidly below 2%, but remains in a safe zone. 

Read full story here

Second Q Market Insights

Check out the Second Quarter Market Insights led by Beth Spurry.

Watch video here

1st Quarter 2017 Market Commentary

U.S. Economy – Good The key factors we track, unemployment, housing, and inflation, are all favorable. Unemployment is now in the 4.7% range, while wage inflation has held its slight upward trend.

Read full story here

4th Q Market Insights

There were two events in the Fourth Quarter that influenced U.S. and foreign financial markets: Donald Trump won the presidential election which led to positive growth on Wall Street & the Federal Reserve’s December interest rate of 0.25% signified the Fed's confidence in the improving U.S. economy.

Read full story here