Anthony M. King

Director, CIPMA · +1 (770) 252 7998
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Tony King, a director with Baker Tilly, has been with the firm since 2017 and has more than 25 years of public finance experience. He leads Baker Tilly’s public finance practice in the southeastern United States. Tony has advised cities, counties, development agencies public utilities and school districts on a broad range of capital markets initiatives.

  • Municipal advisory practice emphasizes financial solutions that provide for the long-term improvement of credit fundamentals
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of a wide variety of public funding programs including: Private activity bonds, variable rate bonds, special district financing, taxable municipal securities, multifamily revenue bonds
  • Specialty in developing financing programs for clients that address multiple capital needs within one transaction
  • Regular presenter on public finance matters at economic development, affordable housing and public utility conferences
  • Currently serves on the board of directors of the National Association of Municipal Advisors (NAMA)

Community involvement

  • Georgia Government Finance Officers Association
  • Georgia Rural Water Association
  • Georgia State University Center for State and Local Finance
  • Georgia Association of Water Professionals
  • Georgia Municipal Association
  • Association of County Commissioners of Georgia
  • Council of Development Finance Agencies
  • National Association of Municipal Advisors
  • Leadership Coweta, 2011
  • Chairperson of the Board of Trustees, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
  • Former member of the Tennessee Board of Regents

Thought leadership

  • Council of Development Finance Agencies Georgia Roundtable
  • “EpiCenter, A Mixed-Use Project Case Study”
  • Georgia Rural Water Association
  • “Beefing Up Your Capital Improvement Planning”
  • “Looking Down the Road, Forecasting Future Financial Performance”
  • “Key Credit Fundamentals for Utilities”
  • Georgia Municipal Association, Georgia Cities Newspaper
  • “Taking Financial Management to the Next Level with Debt Management Policy”
  • Georgia Association of Water Professionals
  • “Tax Reform Act Implications on Utility Finance”
  • Georgia Government Finance Officers Association
  • “The Role of the Finance Director in Economic Development”

Location

Georgia

Education

Master of Business Administration
Tennessee Technological University – Cookeville

 

Bachelor of Science in history
Tennessee Technological University – Cookeville

 

Registered Municipal Advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission

Certified Independent Professional Municipal Advisor

MSRB Series 52 Municipal Securities Representative (previously designated)