NEW YORK - Scott Richbourg, a former executive director at Morgan Stanley, will join Hudson-Greenwich Partners LLC, a partnership recently formed by public finance veterans Robert Cochran and Seán McCarthy.
The move will be effective March 15, according to a news release from the firm. Cochran and McCarthy say they formed Hudson-Greenwich to provide “new approaches” to municipal finance.
Richbourg formerly was executive director and manager at Morgan Stanley’s southern group for public finance. He will be head of business development at Hudson-Greenwich Partners.
Richbourg “brings extensive experience and a solid record of achievement in public finance,” according to the news release.
“I look forward to teaming up with Bob and Seán in this new venture,” Richbourg said. “We have been great partners in the past, and I am excited about exploring new ventures in the public finance arena with the Hudson-Greenwich team.”
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Richbourg headed the municipal finance department of Financial Security Assurance. Before joining FSA in 2001, he was vice president and co-head of the infrastructure finance group at Goldman, Sachs & Co., and earlier worked at PaineWebber.