Former Fidelity Capital Markets public finance banker Mark T. Kim has joined the New York City comptroller’s office.

Kim began yesterday as assistant comptroller for public finance, working with deputy comptroller for public finance Carol Kostik. The comptroller’s office works with the city’s Office of Management and Budget on bond deals that would total $9.02 billion in fiscal 2011 under Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed budget.

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