BRADENTON, Fla. - The PFM Group has named seven new managing directors in various offices, including three in Florida.
The promotions will help Public Financial Management retain its top national financial advisory ranking and position the firm for future growth, said PFM’s chief executive officer, John Bonow.
Three of those promoted are based in PFM’s Orlando, Fla., office. The advancements are part of a strategy to broaden expertise in various sectors through the Southeast, according to David Moore, managing director in charge of the firm’s southern region.
The Florida-based promotions are Jay Glover, who serves the Florida market as a financial advisor; Tim Kiley, who works primarily in the health care sector; and Brent Wilder, who works with a variety of local and state government entities.
PFM also promoted financial advisors Jeremy Bass in the firm’s Boston office, whose work includes the higher education sector; Daniel Hess in Harrisburg, Pa., who is head of fund accounting for PFM Asset Management; Tracey Keays in New York; and Jessica Cameron Mitchell in Minneapolis, whose work includes state revolving funds.
“We expect these new managing directors will be an integral part of PFM’s success as we continue to support and advise our clients, build our firm, and position ourselves for outstanding future growth,” Bonow said.
Public Financial Management remained the top national financial advisor in 2012 advising on 900 issues totaling $56.9 billion, according to Thomson Financial.