Mr. Quintanilla has been with Lamont since 2016. He has experience as a financial advisor and investment banker providing quantitative support to municipal issuers, and has been responsible for research, bond issuance structuring, and debt profile analysis for a diverse set of issuers. Among the issuers Mr. Quintanilla has advised are the State of Louisiana; the State of Wisconsin, the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority; Connecticut Housing Finance Authority; the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission; and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. He also provided financial modeling support to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on its CNG Fueling Public-Private Partnership project.
Before becoming a financial advisor, Mr. Quintanilla worked as a research associate in the housing enterprise group at Standard & Poor's, where he was responsible for covering federal and state housing policy and regulatory changes and their potential impact on the housing market in general and affordable housing in particular.
Mr. Quintanilla earned a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Classical Studies from the University of Chicago. Mr. Quintanilla is a registered Series 50 Municipal Advisor.