Jamie Doyle joined PFM’s financial advisory business in 1997 as an analyst and was promoted to managing director in 2014. As a project manager, she developed financing strategies for a variety of financing transactions and prepared presentations for clients, credit rating agencies and municipal bond insurance companies.
Her expertise on the PA school construction funding formula (PLANCON), her knowledge of the QZAB program, and her experience assisting school districts in their relationships with local townships has proven invaluable to her clients. Her experience includes structuring tax-exempt and taxable bond issues, conducting both the competitive and negotiated bond sale processes by traditional methods as well as via the Internet, structuring new money issues, performing refunding analyses and structuring refunding escrows. Jamie’s municipal experience includes financings for local government units such as school districts, counties, townships, boroughs, and community colleges as well as authority financings.
Jamie has been very active and successful in assisting Pennsylvania school districts with the planning and development of borrowing strategies that comply with Act 1, The Taxpayer Relief Act of 2006. She is highly experienced in the process of obtaining Act 1 exceptions as well as implementing many other strategies that provide flexibility for school districts to work within its parameters. She also has considerable background in structuring and managing variable rate bond pool loans in addition to fixed rate bonds and bank loans. In addition to providing current clients with first class service, Jamie has greatly increased the firm’s presence among Pennsylvania community colleges as well.