A Banking Boost
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) has named Courtney Geduldig to the position of chief financial counsel on his staff. Corker, a member of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, said he is “thrilled” to have recruited Geduldig for the job. [IMGCAP(2)]
“With her on board, I believe we’ll be able to enhance our work on the Banking Committee and on the critical economic issues facing our country,” Corker said in a statement.
In her new position, Geduldig will be handling banking, tax and finance issues.
Geduldig most recently served as senior vice president for government relations at the Financial Services Forum, a nonpartisan financial and economic policy organization that represents the chief executive officers of 20 large financial institutions. [IMGCAP(1)]
Geduldig also worked as a lawyer and government relations representative for a variety of banks as well as for the CEOs of large financial services firms.
In addition, she is a former deputy assistant secretary for legislative affairs at the Treasury Department. There, she took charge of domestic financial services issues, and terrorist finance and asset tracking.
“Courtney comes to our team with a very strong résumé and background in the banking and financial services sector,” said Corker, a former mayor, state finance commissioner and entrepreneur.
Geduldig is 32 years old and is from Baltimore. She received a bachelor’s degree in English in 1997 from the University of Maryland and earned her law degree from the University of Baltimore in 2001.
She started her job with Corker on March 17.