Bill Oliver

Bill has served as a consultant to the NFMA since 2013, with responsibilities for developing policy and strategy with municipal market groups and market regulators. He also works with the media to promote the NFMA’s work. Prior to 2013, Bill’s professional career spanned forty years, encompassing a broad range of experience in city planning, budgeting and municipal credit analysis. He spent nearly thirty years in the municipal bond industry, most of which as Director of Municipal Research at Alliance Capital Management/Alliance Bernstein and Prudential Capital Management. He has been involved long been active in attempts to improve municipal bond disclosure.� He served as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the National Federation of Municipal Analysts in 1995 and received awards from the NFMA as Analyst of the Year, for Municipal Industry Contributions and for Career Achievement. He received a B.A. in Political Science from George Washington University and a Masters Degrees in City Planning and Public Administration from Ohio State University.�