Courtland Lee Rudolph
Leveraging decades of experience in the financial sector, Courtland Lee Rudolph serves as vice president of municipal markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Florida. Early on in his career, he spent a year gaining hands-on experience at the New York trading desk before returning to the Florida market and his current position, which covers the Southeast area of the United States. Over the subsequent ten years, Courtland Lee Rudolph oversaw six specialist and retained higher municipal product market share than competitors. Today, he mainly develops high-value municipal businesses based in Florida and the Southeast.
A dog lover, Courtland Rudolph supports the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. He also supports the Wounded Warriors Project, an organization dedicated to veterans assistance, and the ALS Foundation, a group that raises awareness of and funds research into Lou Gehrig’s disease.
In preparation for his career, Courtland Rudolph graduated from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, with his bachelor of arts in business management. While there, he held membership with the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.