Courtney P. Gupton

Ms. Gupton holds a Masters of Business Administration degree with a concentration in financial economics from the University of New Orleans and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer
science from Southeastern Louisiana University with a minor in math. While at Southeastern
Louisiana University she was named Outstanding Student of the Year and served as National
President and was appointed to the Board of Directors for the National Honor Society, Gamma Beta

Ms. Gupton is licensed as a FINRA General Securities Representative (Series 7), Municipal Advisor
Representative (Series 50) and a Municipal Securities Representative (Series 52). She joined the firm in 2000 and currently serves as Assistant Vice President for Capital Markets at The Sisung Group. 

She has extensive experience in various facets of the securities industry and works for both the
investment banking and asset management services. On the investment banking side, she is
responsible for developing various analytical and comprehensive reports for universities, school
boards, and governmental clients. She performs ongoing project revenue projections and assists
clients in monitoring projects. She is responsible for the primary examination of client’s continuing
disclosure requirements and prepares and files annual continuing disclosure reports. Ms. Gupton
also serves as an educator on continuing disclosure compliance for the firm’s clients.

Since 2018, Ms. Gupton joined the asset management arena and handles the firm’s portfolio
performance evaluation and monthly reconciliation reporting for fixed income clients, performs
problem identification and resolution for trading and sales, and assists with client research and
account services.

Courtney P. Gupton
  • Bachelor of Science, Southeastern Louisiana University
  • Master of Business Administration, Finance, University of New Orleans
  • General Securities Representative (Series 7)
  • Municipal Advisor Representative (Series 50)
  • Municipal Securities Representative (Series 52)