Courtney Haddad
Chief Operating Officer, Concurrent

At Concurrent, Courtney Haddad leads as Chief Operating Officer (COO), where she manages an organization comprised of 160 advisors in sixty-five branch offices with $13.5 billion in assets under management (AUM) and drives an exceptional team of thirty-five home office associates. Courtney’s demonstration of both entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial spirit gives her an innate ability to quickly identify and actualize valuable ideas, employing astute business strategies that will maximize our organizational capabilities, operations, offerings, and employee performance.

Courtney has a twenty-four-year career in the securities industry beginning as a smilin’ and dialin’ financial advisor with Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in 1998. In 2002, she joined the Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. (RJFS) Compliance department as a compliance examiner and was summoned by Division Management in 2004. With that auspicious move, Courtney drew on her sales and compliance experience to implement and administer firm policies and procedures and identifying supervisory risks to provide training, advice, testing and monitoring. She was later promoted to Head of RJFS Advisor Supervision where she spent 10+ years responsible in helping to create robust compliance and supervisory platforms for diverse sets of business needs that were both responsive to today’s turbulent regulatory environment and fair for both the client and the financial advisor.

Courtney earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Florida and holds the Series 4, 7, 24, 31, 63, and 65 as well as life, health, and variable annuity licenses. Additionally, she is a graduate of The Securities Industry Institute® at Wharton, has earned the Registered Corporate Coach designation, completed the Raymond James Institute of Investment Management Consulting (IIMC) program, and serves on the Board of St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation.

Outside Concurrent, Courtney has no free time, since her and her husband stay busy raising two teenage sons, whose vocabulary is strictly limited to “mom,” “no” and “where is mom?”