Senior Vice President, Quantitative Specialist
Jennifer provides quantitative analysis and support for all types of public finance transactions. Having joined Raymond James with the 2012 acquisition of Morgan Keegan, she has developed financial models for structured financing and project financing, and performed analyses for various refunding issues, including transferred proceeds calculations. Jennifer has been involved on transactions for higher education, student housing, health care, utility system and general obligation issuers including traditional fixed rate issues as well as variable rate and synthetic structures. As head of Raymond James’ National Quantitative Group, she and her staff maintain several databases to search for refunding candidates in different states, maintain market data for use in presentations, and support bankers throughout the Raymond James system. She began her career as a verification agent at Ernst & Young, LLP and was a member of J.C. Bradford & Co.’s quantitative group. Jennifer graduated cum laude from Rhodes College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics. She holds Series 7, 63, 52 and 53 licenses.