Geoff Stewart is a managing director based in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Over the course of his career, Geoff has assisted governmental entities at the local, state and federal level in a number of areas, including financial planning, credit rating strategy, managing and executing debt transactions, asset-liability management and public-private partnerships.
Since joining PFM in 2000, he has advised on more than $17 billion of debt issuance to fund critical public infrastructure. Currently, Geoff advises a diverse group of clients in the mid-Atlantic region, including the State of Delaware, Delaware Department of Transportation, New Castle County (DE), City of Wilmington (DE), City of Dover (DE), State of Maryland Treasurer’s Office, Montgomery County (MD), Montgomery County Revenue Authority, New Jersey Infrastructure Bank, Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation (NJ), Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, Ocean County (NJ), Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and the Port Authority of Allegheny County.
Geoff is a member of PFM’s national transportation and environmental finance practices and has advised a diverse client base on a broad spectrum of new money and refunding transactions utilizing a wide range of debt financing alternatives, including traditional general obligation bonds and notes, revenue bonds, variable rate demand bonds, floating rate notes, extendible reset securities, special obligation bonds, asset-backed securities, master lease financings, bank loans, lines of credit, GARVEEs and TIFIA loans.