Jeremy Fine is the Deputy Comptroller for the City of Chicago�s debt management and investment banking relations. He has been with the City for 10 years and oversees a $20 billion fixed and floating rate debt portfolio of various credits; including general obligation, water, wastewater, O�Hare & Midway airports, motor fuel tax, sales tax, housing and TIF. Mr. Fine also administers the City�s $3 billion interest rate swap and option portfolios, $1 billion commercial paper programs across three credits as well as the $3.5 billion bank facility portfolio that includes letters of credits and direct purchase agreements. He has been a guest speaker at a number of industry conferences, university seminars and investor forums on various debt management topics.Before joining the City of Chicago, Mr. Fine was a Public Finance Officer at ABN AMRO / LaSalle Bank Capital Markets. While there, he was involved in underwriting bonds for various municipal credits throughout the Midwest.Mr. Fine is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and received an MBA from the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
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