Mr. Jack has over 25 years of experience in the structuring and issuance of debt obligations for political entities in Texas and the U.S. While serving as financial advisor or underwriter, Mr. Jack has managed or supported the bond issuance process for over $35 billion in debt obligations.
Prior to Estrada Hinojosa, Mr. Jack worked for J.P. Morgan, Public Financial Management and Citigroup. His public finance experience includes a wide spectrum of public projects including general city infrastructure, water and sewer systems, convention centers, stadiums and arenas, public utility systems, school districts, universities, airports, hospitals, and economic development projects. He also serves as an adjunct professor at The University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, teaching Public Financial Management.
Clients have depended on Mr. Jack’s expertise for a wide range of services, such as developing complex analytical spreadsheets for financial modeling, structuring of derivative products, cash flow analyses, project finance debt/revenue models and new money, as well as refunding bond issue sizings. He also served on Transaction Review Committees, which provide guidance and quality control review on all aspects of the structuring of tax-exempt and taxable municipal bond issues and derivative products for clients. In addition, Mr. Jack managed the execution of the bond issuance process, including work with the Texas Bond Review Board, Texas Municipal Advisory Council, Issuer Bond Counsels, Tax Counsels, Underwriters’ Counsels, Financial Advisors, and Trustees.