Course Details: Bond Financing and Federal Tax Reform Update
Target Audiences: Intermediate (3-9 years of experience)
Category: Public Finance
This presentation will be an overview of bond financing, with an emphasis on economic development.
The new tax reform brings many new changes to both business and individuals. This webinar will explore how tax reform will affect governments, your workplace and your taxes. We will also explore what tax provisions have changed or eliminated and understand how these changes will affect government services and tax collections, along with the impact to the federal deficit. Learning objectives: To better understand the sweeping changes to our tax laws.
Philip Angelo is an Associate Director with Huntington’s public finance group. Since joining Huntington in 2016, Mr. Angelo has been on the financing team for over 70 transactions with a total par amount of over $7 billion. Mr. Angelo’s main focus is on economic development, as he seeks to leverage public incentives to lower the overall cost of capital to finance various projects. Prior to joining Huntington, Mr. Angelo spent over 8 years in the public sector, with time spent at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and Cuyahoga County (Cleveland, Ohio). Mr. Angelo received his Law degree and Master in Public Administration from Cleveland State University, and he obtained his undergraduate degree in history from Ohio University. Mr. Angelo is a board member for New Avenues to Independence, the Italian Cultural Garden Foundation of Cleveland, a trustee for the Cleveland-Marshall Alumni Association, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Philip is also a FINRA Municipal Securities Representative (Series 52 and Series 63).