Clark Hill Attorney Ernesto Lanza to Speak at Government Finance Officers Association Annual Conference, May 8, 2018
Ernesto Lanza, Senior Counsel in the Public Finance practice and co-leader of the Investment Management team at Clark Hill PLC, will be speaking at the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Annual Conference in St. Louis, MO on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Ernie’s panel – “Debt and Treasury External Advisors: Who Can Do What?” – will focus on helping state and local government finance officials and other market participants to better understand the interrelated roles that swap advisors, municipal advisors and investment advisers play under the federal securities laws. Ernie will be joining fellow panelists Nat Singer of Swap Financial Group, Scott McIntyre of FirstSouthwest Asset Management, and Chris Daniel, Chief Investment Officer of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, who will moderate the discussion. Information about the GFOA Annual Conference is available at http://www.gfoa.org/conference.
Ernie provides advice on the securities law of public finance, with a particular emphasis on underwriting and municipal advisory compliance matters, new issue and continuing disclosure, conflicts of interest, secondary market trading, and market structure issues. He draws on his experience both as bond and underwriter’s counsel on a broad range of public offerings and as former Deputy Executive Director and Chief Legal Officer of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board to provide his clients with municipal market compliance solutions and transactional advice tailored to their business needs and the rapidly evolving regulatory and marketplace landscape.
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