Laura Lockwood-McCall is the Director of the Debt Management Division in the Oregon State Treasury. In this capacity, she oversees the structuring and sale of approximately $2 billion annually in various general obligation, revenue, and conduit bonds issued by the State of Oregon and its various state agencies. Other duties include coordinating the State’s rating agency, disclosure, and investor relations functions; monitoring of the debt issuance activities of Oregon’s local governments; and making recommendations to the State Treasurer, the Governor and the State Legislature on various debt financing matters under consideration by the State. Ms. Lockwood-McCall serves as the State Treasurer’s representative on Oregon’s Private Activity Bond Allocation Committee, Municipal Debt Advisory Committee, and Infrastructure Finance Authority. Prior to her appointment to this post in 2004, Ms. Lockwood-McCall served for many years as a public finance officer in local governments in California and Florida and at the state level in Virginia. All told, Ms. Lockwood-McCall has overseen the coordination, sale and issuance of over $25 billion in municipal bonds and notes for a wide array of state and local government projects around the country.
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