Michael G. Rudelson
Managing Director, Financial Advisor
Michael is proud to have worked so closely for more than 30 years with faculty and staff members at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center as they near their retirement. He is a seasoned professional who provides a straight-forward, in-depth approach to personal investing. Michael has truly enjoyed every aspect of leading one of the only independent choices that M.D. Anderson’s employees have for maximizing their retirement benefits.
Navigating retirement benefits and investment options for his beloved clients is one aspect of his career that Michael has taken to heart. Similar to art collecting, being a financial advisor is something that he is truly passionate about. Both require in-depth knowledge earned through many years of experience in order to make impactful decisions. Michael has found a great deal of joy in helping the devoted physicians and staff members he’s built strong bonds with, as well as fortifying new relationships as M.D. Anderson’s staff continues to grow.
In addition to having expertise in 403(b)/457 workplace retirement savings, Michael has established a multigenerational team, LifeBridge Financial Group, that looks forward to empowering its clients for decades ahead. Though he specializes in wealth and investment management, Michael has formed a team of highly experienced advisors and support staff to concentrate on the importance of financial planning.
Michael is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Journalism degree in Public Relations, and his past professional experience includes management positions at United Resources and H. C. Copeland & Associates. A past president of the Texas Spurs at the University of Texas, and he now serves on several boards and committees for charitable organizations in the Houston area. Outside of Michael's professional endeavors – and art collecting – he enjoys watching the Houston Rockets dominate the Western Conference of the NBA, traveling with friends, spending time with his growing family, and migrating back and forth from Houston to New Orleans, his home away from home.