In addition to his executive duties, he is charged with management of some of the firm�s largest and most complex municipal clients, having served as financial advisor on the issuance of over $1 billion in municipal debt for issuers such as the Camrosa Water District, Rowland Water District, and the cities of Oakland, San Ramon, Lake Elsinore, National City, South Pasadena, Commerce, Santa Ana and Azusa.� Additionally, Mr. Busch is currently the lead financial advisor assisting the City of San Bernardino through chapter 9.�Mr. Busch began his career in municipal management, ultimately rising to the role of Assistant City Manager. Mr. Busch�s municipal career consisted primarily of assistant/deputy city manager, finance, and project manager positions.� Mr. Busch is a leading expert in areas public finance, debt restructuring and capital markets.� He has also served as the President of the Municipal Management Association of Southern California (MMASC), Chair of Cal-ICMA and is currently the Treasurer of the California Utility Executive Management Association (CUEMA).�Education: Mr. Busch earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State Polytechnic University Pomona in Urban and Regional Planning.� In addition, Mr. Busch has earned a Master of Arts Degree in Public Administration from California State University Long Beach with an emphasis in public finance and public works.��
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