Alan T. Matlosz is a Executive Vice President in the Colorado Public Finance group of George K. Baum & Company. In this position, he is responsible for providing comprehensive investment banking services to a variety of local governments throughout Colorado. Mr. Matlosz has worked in the public finance profession since 1992 after six years of experience in state and local government. Since 1992, he has worked with a wide variety of counties, municipalities and special districts, and he has helped finance more than 350 projects in Colorado.
In his government career, Mr. Matlosz worked for Adams County, CO, coordinating planning efforts around the new Denver International Airport and for the Colorado Department of Local Affairs as a Finance Specialist providing technical assistance in the areas of budgeting, investing and capital financing to hundreds of municipalities, counties and special districts.
During his career, Mr. Matlosz has developed several specialties, including the financing of water and wastewater projects, financing of infrastructure for new development and tax-exempt lease-purchase financing. Since 2005, he has been in charge of the Colorado development finance practice.
Mr. Matlosz is currently active in a variety of volunteer activities, including board member and treasurer of Colorado Preservation, Inc. and board member and treasurer of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education, and has previously held roles as vice chairman for Public Affairs and board member of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, chairman and secretary of the Arapahoe County Retirement Board, member of the Transition Team for the New City of Centennial, instructor for the Colorado Government Finance Officers Association and national instructor for the American Water Works Association.
Mr Matlosz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Rhetoric from the University of Massachusetts, a Master’s Degree in City Planning from Cornell University and a Master’s Degree in Finance from the University of Colorado.