Andrew Lanam is a First Vice President in George K. Baum & Company’s Indiana Public Finance practice. Mr. Lanam provides investment banking, municipal advisory and consulting services to clients throughout Indiana, including the State and its authorities, cities, counties, towns, special taxing districts, and school corporations. Prior to joining GKB, Mr. Lanam was responsible for client, staff and transaction management for an Indiana based CPA and Municipal Advisory firm, Reedy Financial Group, PC (RFG). RFG covered all municipal finance, public utilities, economic development and utility accounting services for local units of government throughout Indiana. In addition to regularly writing articles about Indiana local government finance and taxation, he has given presentations at various conferences and public meetings on municipal finance, utility rate studies and tax increment financings. Mr. Lanam has also served as an expert witness regarding local government accounting and finance.
Prior career positions include Commercial Credit Analyst and Commercial Banker with the Indiana-based financial institution, Jackson County Bank. In his roles with Jackson County Bank, Mr. Lanam’s duties included commercial credit underwriting, commercial loan portfolio management, business development and direct lending activities for a wide variety of clients.
Mr. Lanam is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Indiana and holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs from Indiana University. He holds memberships with the Government Finance Officers Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Indiana CPA Society and American Water Works Association.