Court Nexsen is co-owner of McLean Faulconer Inc. Court was born and raised in Central Virginia. He began his career with Goldman Sachs in New York City and has since spent nearly 15 years in some of the most demanding client-facing roles in the finance industry prior to joining McLean Faulconer. He previously led a team at Bank of America Private Bank (formerly U.S. Trust) advising wealthy families. He takes great pride in delivering the highest level of service by marshalling resources and his network at the local and national level. A skilled communicator, Court thrives when working with others and always relishes in an opportunity to help.
Active in the community, Court recently served on the board and executive committee of the United Way of Greater Charlottesville and of Farmington Country Club (President 2019, 2020). He enjoys his time outside of the office as a panelist for Golf Digest, an evaluator for the Jefferson Scholars Foundation, and a class agent for Virginia Episcopal School among other activities.
A graduate of Washington & Lee University and of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, Court and his wife, Evans (UVA ’08), are the parents of three children and a fluffy golden retriever. They reside in the Farmington neighborhood after living in the Rugby neighborhood upon their return to Charlottesville in 2011.