CHICAGO – Indiana-based fiscal consultant Kevin D. Taylor will fill the position of Wisconsin capital finance director left vacant by Frank Hoadley’s recent retirement, the Wisconsin Department of Administration announced Wednesday.

Taylor, a former banker and executive director of the Indianapolis Local Public Improvement Bond Bank, will take the reins of the office that handles disclosure, manages all state debt issuance, and recommends debt policy and legislation to the State Building Commission and Gov. Scott Walker. The office also administers finances for the clean water revolving loan fund program.

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