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Tim Eismeier joined NW Financial in 2010 as a Financial Analyst assisting in all areas of NW Financial’s operations.
Mr. Eismeier has served as Financial Advisor for the City of Newark. In this role, Mr. Eismeier has worked with the City to prepare ratings presentations to Moody’s Investor Services, as well as a variety of transaction-related advisory work. In addition, Mr. Eismeier has created various debt structuring scenarios, prepared Local Finance Board applications, filed SLG applications, and coordinated with other professionals and officials to ensure the timely closing of a number of financings for the City. Mr. Eismeier has also assisted in Financial Advisory work for various other clients, including the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, the Township of Readington, the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, the Borough of Sayreville and the Bayonne Municipal Utilities Authority.
Mr. Eismeier has been integrally involved in numerous, complex underwritings for NW Capital Markets. In 2011, Mr. Eismeier worked with the Union County Utilities Authority to structure $136,745,000 Resource Recovery Facility Lease Revenue Bonds and $69,080,000 Solid Waste System Revenue Bonds, which collectively will strengthen Union County’s solid waste system and provide numerous financial benefits to the County, the Authority and the local municipalities of Union County. In his role as an Analyst for NW Capital Markets, Mr. Eismeier has also structured debt offerings for the Union County Improvement Authority, the Secaucus Municipal Utilities Authority, the Middlesex County Improvement Authority and the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority.
Prior to joining NW Financial, Mr. Eismeier served as an intern in the White House Office of Political Affairs in the fall of 2008. As a White House intern, Tim performed research in electoral politics, helped to coordinate efforts between the White House and various political campaigns, and assisted in the day to day operations of the Office of Political Affairs. Tim also served as an intern at NW Financial in the summers of 2008 and 2009 learning the basics of municipal finance.
Bachelor of Arts
50(Municipal Advisor Representative)
52(Municipal Securities Representative)
Contact Timothy at email@example.com
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