Our Team: Municipal Finance

Greg Fulton

Greg Fulton
Director of Municipal Finance

Greg manages Fulton Partners Investments, a division of GVC, concentrating on municipal bond offerings. His experience includes 32 years in the securities industry, specializing in tax exempt bond portfolio management and public finance. Greg began his career at E F Hutton, executing strategies relating to institutional bank and insurance company bond portfolios. He served as a Director and Corporate Secretary to a large independent Southern Colorado commercial bank holding company. Greg later served as an expert consultant regarding investigations and verifications concerning specific municipal bond price behaviors relative to other debt markets in changing economic environments. Greg continues to donate many hours serving either as a Chairman, or bondholder committee member, to help successfully restructure several of Colorado’s past defaulted bond issues. This experience led to underwriting, managing, and the private placement of tax-exempt infrastructure bonds for new commercial and residential land developments. He authored and co-developed a fixed-income portfolio management relational database software named Bulls EyeTM, which is critical in the successful management of his clients’ large tax exempt fixed income portfolios. Greg earned his BSBA degree in Economics from the University of Denver. He was a First Lieutenant in the United States Air Force.

Brian Curd
Structured, Muncipal, and Tax Credit Finance Manager

Financial Advisor/Investment Banker for New Market Tax Credit (NMTC) Programs since 2003, in addition to continuing focus of 30 years of various municipal financing with concentration on Charter Schools and 501(c)(3) borrowers. Brian has served as Managing Member for a CDE whose primary mission was Charter School finance, as well as being on the leading edge structuring a number of innovative financings for the Leverage Loan component of NMTC closings.
His close ties to the 501(c)(3) community and knowledge of NMTCs has allowed for many innovative developments of unique and beneficial structures to meet the needs of Charter Schols and 501(c)(3) borrowers around the country.

 

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