Jack Holland is a Senior Vice President at George K. Baum & Company in Kansas City, MO. He entered the investment banking business in 1976 after receiving his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Missouri and Jurus Doctor from University of Missouri, Kansas City. Mr. Holland is a member of the Missouri Bar, Kansas City Bar Association and has been active in the Section of Local Government Law of the American Bar Association.
Recently, Mr. Holland was the Managing Director and Co-Manager for Oppenheimer & Co’s Kansas City Public Finance Division. Mr. Holland’s experience includes a broad range of public finance activities with a special emphasis in the development and implementation of non-traditional financing methods. He has been involved in more than $20 billion of public financings for issuers throughout the Midwest and Southwest and has participated in Kansas City’s most significant financings over the last 20 years, including: the Brush Creek Improvement Plan, Sprint Arena, KCI Airport, Truman Sports Complex, Kansas City Streetcar, Kansas Turnpike and the Kansas Speedway. Among his civic activities, Mr. Holland is a director of Studio’s Inc., Truman Foundation and Theater League, was a member of the board of the Kansas REACH Healthcare Foundation and Avila University, and is past President of Kansas City Consensus.