Adam is a senior research analyst in the municipal group, joining the firm in 2014. He primarily covers healthcare, State general obligation bonds (GOs), utilities, transportation, and economic development.
Prior to his current role, Adam held various positions in state and local government for 13 years. While working for the New York State Budget Office, he led a reform of state banking regulations, provided support to the Atlantic Yards, Hudson Yards, and Farley Building projects, and was the primary support to Governor’s staff for the Empire Zones tax credit program. As debt manager for the City of Charlotte, he oversaw a $4 billion debt portfolio, was lead support for redevelopment of the local NBA and NFL stadiums, and developed the debt model for a $1 billion capital program.
Adam graduated with a MPA from the Maxwell School in 2001, and a BA in Environmental Studies, summa cum laude, from Binghamton University in 2000.
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