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Hoard Mackey joined NW Financial in October 2016. Prior to NW, Mr. Mackey worked for Bonwick Capital Partners, LLC, headquartered in New York City, as Executive Vice President managing municipal bond sales trading and underwriting. AT Bonwick the objective, in conjunction with a team, is the development of the primary issuance of municipal bond financings. In October, the firm senior managed a $118 million transaction for Jackson Mississippi Public Schools.
Prior to then, Mr. Mackey served as the Vice Chairman of Rice Securities, LLC an investment bank also headquartered in New York City. The firm’s primary business is to serve as a manager in the underwriting and sale of municipal bonds for issuer clients throughout the United States. He joined Rice in 2006.
His career in the industry began in 1982 as an institutional sales person at the firm of Matthews and Wright in New York City. Subsequently he worked for Wertheim Schroeder, Glickenhaus & Co., and E.A. Moos and Company where he traded interest rate futures in addition to covering large institutional accounts.
In 1989 he worked for Pryor McClendon Counts & Co, where he eventually became the Partner in charge of Municipal Bond Sales Trading and Underwriting. At Pryor, with an associate, he developed a municipal bond hedge fund that used the municipal bond futures contract as the hedging vehicle.
Mr. Mackey subsequently went to M.R. Beal in 1996, initially to develop the hedge fund. He later became Executive Vice President and ran municipal bond sales trading and underwriting.
To date, Mr. Mackey has served as the book-running senior manager for numerous transactions totaling over $8 billion. He has served as the senior manager on issues ranging from $643 million to as small as $4 million. The more notable issuers for which he has acted as book-runner are New York City, the State of Connecticut, the Dormitory Authority for the State of New York, Washington D.C., Houston Texas, the State of Ohio, Jackson Mississippi, Chicago Illinois Park District, Alameda County California, the Baltimore Maryland Tax Increment Financing program, Prince Georges County Maryland Housing Authority, Inglewood California, Howard University, the Mid-Town Redevelopment Agency in Houston Texas, and the Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority. Many of these transactions contained taxable as well as tax-exempt components. Mr. Mackey also has sold private placements for conduit issuers in Sullivan County New York and New York City.
Mr. Mackey is currently the Chairman of the Board (Vice President) for the Diocesan Investment Trust for the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, New Jersey. In addition, has recently been elected as a Trustee for the Diocese. He and his wife have been involved in Diocesan and parish affairs for 28 years.
B.S. in Business Finance
Columbia University Graduate School of Business in New York City
MBA in Finance
Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania
Securities Institute Degree
7 (Full Registration/General Securities Representative)
24 (General Securities Principal),
27 (Financial and Operations Principal)
52 (Municipal Securities Representative)
53 (Municipal Securities Principal,
63 (Uniform Securities Agent)