Carol S. Kostik was reappointed Deputy Comptroller for Public Finance by New York City Comptroller John C. Liu in January 2010, after having been initially appointed to this position by Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. in 2006. Ms. Kostik directs City debt policy and issuance on behalf of Comptroller Liu for such credits as New York City General Obligation, Transitional Finance Authority and Municipal Water Finance Authority. During her tenure, Ms. Kostik has overseen $45+ billion of debt issuance. In May 2010, she received the annual Public Sector Award from the Municipal Forum of New York. Before joining the Comptrollers office, Ms. Kostik was SVP and CFO of the NYC Housing Development Corporation and CFO of the Nassau County Interim Finance Authority. Previously, she was a vice president in Merrill Lynch & Companys public finance department. Ms. Kostik holds a BA degree in political economy from Williams College and an MBA from Stanford Universitys Graduate School of Business.
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