Sonia M. Toledo joined Wells Fargo Securities in 2010 from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where she headed the Northeast Region. Over her 26 year career, she has led a number of complex transactions to meet challenging financial and market conditions including: the MTA’s Dedicated Tax Fund cross issuance refunding of prior debt in 2012, the wave of step-coupon bond refundings adopted by New York State issuers beginning in 2002, The City of New York's restructuring of its auction rate portfolio in 2008, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Grant Anticipation Notes (the first stand-alone GARVEE sold in the industry which was used to finance a portion of the Big Dig), the creation of the New York City Transitional Finance Authority and its inaugural financing, and the issuance of Rate Reduction Bonds in Massachusetts and Connecticut.� At Wells Fargo, she acts as day-to-day banker for six major issuers in the State of New York and Connecticut.Ms. Toledo is a Board Member of the Municipal Bond Forum of New York and a Board Member of Grow NYC, which supports farmers throughout the Tri-State area by providing them with training and distribution outlets in New York City's Green Markets. �Ms. Toledo grew up in Puerto Rico and is a graduate of Harvard University and Columbia Business School. �She is a General Securities Registered Representative (Series 7) and is both Series 53 and Series 63 licensed. She resides in New York City.
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