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Julian A. Quintanilla Assistant Vice President

About Julian A. Quintanilla

Mr. Quintanilla has three years of experience as a financial advisor and investment banker providing quantitative support to municipal issuers, and has been responsible for research, structuring bond issues, analyzing debt profiles, and evaluating refunding opportunities. He recently provided financial modeling support to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on its CNG Fueling Public-Private Partnership project, and he has extensive experience providing technical and quantitative support for a variety of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania issuers. Among the issuers Mr. Quintanilla has advised are the City of Yonkers, New York; the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission; and the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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. Most notably, Mr. Quintanilla produced policy briefs on the proposed Johnson-Crapo legislation and changes to the Rental Assistance Demonstration program.

Mr. Quintanilla earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Classical Studies from the University of Chicago and a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University. Mr. Quintanilla is a registered Series 50 Municipal Advisor Representative.

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