Mr. Karlosky joined Wells Fargo Securities Sustainable Public Infrastructure (SPI) group shortly after its formation in 2009. The SPI group focuses entirely on assisting municipalities with the financing of energy efficiency and renewable generation projects. This mandate encompasses projects for both municipal and not-for-profit facilities, as well as projects for privately owned facilities where the municipality plays an administrative or programmatic sponsorship role. The SPI group has been recognized as an important thought leader representing the financial community in the dialogue surrounding energy efficiency retrofit and renewable generation. The group has been particularly active in both the ongoing development of PACE financing and the utilization of Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (QECBs) on the part of municipalities. Mr. Karlosky has twenty years of experience in public finance investment banking. He has specialized in the development of complex financing structures for sophisticated issuers such as the City of New York, City of Philadelphia, City of Cleveland, State of New Jersey, State of California, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, Ohio Water Development Authority, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, New York State Housing Finance Agency, and the Southern California Public Power Authority among others. Mr. Karlosky holds NASD Series 7, 53 and 63 licenses. Mr. Karlosky received his B.A. in Economics from the University of New Hampshire.
Like what you see? Make sure you're getting it all
Accounting Today is a leading provider of online business news for the accounting community, offering breaking news, in-depth features, and a host of resources and services.