Matthew Roggenburg

Matthew Roggenburg

Mr. Roggenburg’s career has spanned more than 26 years in the municipal market, including public finance investment banking, municipal derivatives marketing and structuring, and credit enhancement. Prior to co-founding Cityview, an independent financial advisory firm, he spent nearly two decades at Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and UBS Securities. He managed the issuer-side municipal derivative marketing effort at UBS and JPMorgan, which included not for profit institutions and state and local governments. He also spearheaded product development and capital markets solutions at JPMorgan. At Goldman Sachs, prior to his role in derivatives marketing, Mr. Roggenburg served as a public finance investment banker focusing on the University of Minnesota, Vanderbilt University, North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System, The City of New York and related entities, and other not for profit healthcare and higher educational institutions. Mr. Roggenburg has implemented some of the more innovative financial structures in the municipal market, including the first inflation-indexed tax-exempt bonds (Muni CPIs) for the City of Orlando, Florida. Mr. Roggenburg was a founder of Connie Lee. Authorized by an act of Congress in 1986, Connie Lee was established as the only AAA-rated bond insurer specifically chartered to target the higher education and teaching hospital 501(c)3 market. He came to Connie Lee from an affiliate of MBIA and assisted in the start-up of other monoline guarantors.Matt is the past chairman of SIFMA’s Municipal Financial Product Committee and was a founding member of GASB’s task force for its newly-developed derivative accounting standards. He is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences.Mr. Roggenburg earned a Bachelors of Science in Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.