CHICAGO — Wisconsin posted a help wanted notice this week for the job of director of the capital finance office as the longtime standard bearer of state debt management, Frank Hoadley, prepares to retire.

Hoadley, 67, left investment banking 25 years ago to take the job and never looked back, serving under four governors from both parties — from the start of Tommy Thompson’s tenure in 1987 followed by Scott McCallum, Jim Doyle and Scott Walker, who took office last year.

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