Before becoming a director at Magellan Jets, Doug Dvorak built a dynamic career in wealth management.
After earning a degree in economics from Rollins College, where he attended on a baseball scholarship, Doug joined Raymond James in 1990 in Fort Myers, Florida. From the start, he set the firm’s first-year production record and became Rookie of the Year. Soon, Doug was promoted to manage the Naples office, becoming the youngest branch manager in the company’s history.
In 1996, Doug joined Smith Barney. In just two years, Doug tripled the size of the Naples sales team and doubled revenues. By 1998, Doug was managing the firm’s two offices in Charlotte, North Carolina. Within two years, he expanded Smith Barney’s presence in the Charlotte area to five offices.
In 2001, Merrill Lynch hired Doug as senior vice president and sales manager for the Florida region, where he led the wealth management business in Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Orlando. In 2003, Doug joined Bank of America as senior vice president and regional sales director. There, he led private banking sales teams covering Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina and Virginia. The business generated $500 million in revenue and specialized in clients with a minimum net worth of $5 million.
In 2006, Doug became the senior advisor for Bank of America’s Family Wealth Advisor’s unit in the Southern United States, where he focused on serving clients with a net worth greater than $50 million.
Doug retired in October of 2007 to pursue his dream of playing professional golf. Doug qualified for his first PGA tour in May of 2008 at the AT&T Classic in Atlanta. Doug and his family live in Windermere, Florida, where he’s a member of the Isleworth Country Club.
Additionally, Doug serves on the Board for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Ministry.
Doug continues to serve as a consultant to several Wall Street firms.