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Kansas City, MO 64112
Mr. Noland is a graduate of William Jewell College and earned his MBA abroad in 2000. His work on Superannuation Fund performance was published in the Journal of the Securities Institute of Australia (JASSA) in December 2000 and received a National Merit Award in March 2001. Prior to joining Stern Brothers, Mr. Noland spent several years in various roles with publicly and privately held Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies.
As a part of Stern Brothers’ investment banking/project finance team he concentrates on securing capital for revenue and tax supported municipal transactions through a combination of tax-exempt and taxable bond financing, as well as debt restructuring, for industrial manufacturers, commercial real estate developers, and municipalities throughout the United States. His experience in project management, project finance, financial analysis, and asset valuation provide him with unique qualities to identify market opportunities, structure, and close bond financed transactions that deliver the highest possible value to his clients.
As a featured speaker at the 2007 Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA), Annual Summit, Mr. Noland’s knowledge of, and involvement with tax increment financing (TIF), and transportation development district financing (TDD) was showcased. His experience also encompasses other aspects of project finance including: multifamily housing (MFH); industrial development (IDB); as well as infrastructure project financing. And, in the Spring – Summer of 2010 this expertise was highlighted as a presenter at the Federal Home Loan Bank regional meetings and webinars, where he worked directly with members to help them utilize FHLB Letters of Credit in support of bond issuance.