William Daly recently joined the Bond Dealers of America Association as Senior Vice-President for Government Relations. A Washington lobbyist and public policy analyst for over thirty years, Bill represents the interests of regional broker-dealers before Congress, the executive branch and regulatory agencies. Bill led New York Citys federal tax legislative efforts for seventeen years under four mayors and directed New Yorks Washington office for Mayor Michael Bloomberg, covering the full range of the Citys issues from homeland security to municipal finance to protection of the Citys watershed and everything in between. In the 1990s he served in the Clinton administration as a senior official in the Social Security Administration, working to resolve Social Securitys long-term solvency questions. He continued at Social Security as a Senior Advisor to the Commissioner in the administration of President George W. Bush. Returning to New York Citys DC office after Michael Bloomberg became Mayor, Bill once again focused on tax and municipal finance issues. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Connecticut, a Juris Doctor from Boston University and a Masters of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. He is married with two grown children and three grandchildren. He and his wife, Sharon, live in Brownsville, Maryland.
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