Bradley C. F. Angst first joined George K. Baum & Company in 2008, and rejoined in 2014 as a Vice President working with the Firm’s New Mexico and Texas Public Finance offices. Mr. Angst recently opened GKB’s Austin, TX, office and is responsible for providing comprehensive investment banking and municipal advisory services, which include the transaction execution and quantitative structuring of tax-exempt and taxable debt financings. He has experience working with states, municipalities, special districts, utilities, school districts, colleges and universities, independent schools, and other nonprofit entities. Mr. Angst has been involved with more than 175 debt issuances totaling more than $12 billion using structures, which include general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, lease-backed obligations and short-term notes.
Prior to rejoining GKB, Mr. Angst worked in Wells Fargo Bank’s Government and Non-Profit Group, registered as a Solicitor of Municipal Finance Professional. He was the primary public finance banker to more than 75 relationship managers across a 15-state region. Predominantly through bank direct purchases, Mr. Angst provided tax-exempt financing solutions and guidance to governments, special districts, school districts, nonprofits and other tax-exempt entities.
Mr. Angst holds a BS in Business Administration with a Finance concentration from Colorado State University. As a professional, he has completed additional education, which includes governmental accounting, business law and financial analysis of local governments.