Edward Fanter has more than 20 years of infrastructure advisory and capital markets experience, with sector expertise in transportation, water/wastewater, and social infrastructure. Most recently, Edward was a Managing Director in BMO Capital Markets Infrastructure Group where he advised the Maryland Transit Administration and the Maryland DOT on the Purple Line P3 Transit Project. While at BMO, Edward also represented the winning consortium in the acquisition of the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport terminal, the winning bidder for the Denver FasTracks North Metro Project, and the preferred proponent for the Miami Beach Streetcar Project. His experience at BMO also includes several capital markets transactions that include the All Aboard Florida High Speed Rail offering, the Midtown Tunnel Project Bonds, the Presidio Parkway P3 Project financing, and the Goethals Bridge Replacement Bonds.Prior to BMO, Edward held positions at Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital. While at these firms, his experience included the Denver FasTracks Eagle P3 Rail project, the Port of Miami Tunnel Project, the JFK International Arrivals Terminal Expansion, California High Speed Rail advisory, SR-91 Express Lanes, the Central Texas Turnpike project, and the Port of Seattle Fuel project.Edward has a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from The Cooper Union, a Master of Environmental Engineering Degree from Manhattan College, and a MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business. Mr. Fanter is a CFA charter holder and a licensed professional engineer.
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