Mr. Feigenson has spent more than 16 years in the public finance industry focusing exclusively on higher education and not-for-profit municipal market financings nationwide. He joined Morgan Stanley in January 2014, having previously worked on the investment banking teams for higher education and 501(c)(3) borrowers at JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and FirstSouthwest Co. Since 2000, Mr. Feigenson has served on financing deal teams for a broad range of higher education, not-for-profit and cultural institutions and has worked on more than 150 bond and bank financing transactions totaling over $7.8 billion nationwide. This experience includes transactions for private higher education borrowers such as Washington University,� Dartmouth College, American University, Muhlenberg College, Elon University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Marymount University as well as for public institutions such as the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Ohio State University and the University of Hawaii. �He has also worked with prominent not-for-profit institutions such as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, National Academy of Sciences, Public Broadcasting Service, the Guggenheim Museum, National Wildlife Federation, National Geographic Society, the American Red Cross and the National Jewish Federation Bond Program.He has developed a particular expertise in highly structure financings utilizing a variety of security features and asset/liability strategies. And he has focused on the creation of long-term capital plan financing tools to manage operating forecasts as well as to evaluate debt capacity and credit strength within a multi-variable testing format.� Rob holds a B.A. in Government from Georgetown University.Mr. Feigenson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Georgetown University and FINRA Series 7, 53 and 63 licenses.
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