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Ching Yin, CFA Vice President

About Ching Yin:

Ms. Yin joined the Lamont team in 1998, and has utilized her extensive quantitative background on a substantial number of complex assignments, which include the SRF programs in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, and Missouri, and the development of innovative revolving loan programs for the California Infrastructure Bank and the Missouri Energy Efficiency program.

Ms. Yin has participated in financings for the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation, the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust, Iowa Finance Authority, and the State of Missouri Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority. She has provided quantitative analysis for the State of California’s Public Works Board and the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank. Ms. Yin has assisted issuers on more than 75 derivative transactions totaling more than $5.5 billion in notional value and provides mark-to-market swap valuations and FASB53 compliance reports for many of the Firm’s derivatives advisory clients.

Ms. Yin has developed computer models for bond structuring, cash flow projections and default tolerance to provide Lamont's clients with a variety of options related to debt issuance structures and the corresponding effects on long-term capital and funding capacity. Her analyses have been an integral part of rating agency presentations and the policy decision-making process. She also assists in the review of legal documents, the performance of financial projections and the creation of rating agency and investor presentations. Ms. Yin also maintains databases of loan pools for several clients in excess of $3 billion.

Ms. Yin holds a Bachelor of Economics in Public Finance from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (China) and an MBA in Finance from Baruch College, the City University of New York. Ms. Yin holds the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) through the CFA Institute.

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