As core members of executive management, chief business officers are key players in campus administration. In the area of debt management, the chief business officer will likely have primary responsibility for educating the board and internal constituents about the reasons and consequences for selecting a particular financing strategy. Business officers must often explain the rationale for debt and the benefits of debt to audiences as well as manage the entire debt program.
Learn more about how to juggle this complex financing tool in this complimentary chapter of College and University Business Administration. NACUBO extends its deepest appreciation to the following experts in strategic debt management, who volunteered their time to review the material and provide valuable updates and recommendations:
- Paul Forte, associate vice chancellor for finance and administration, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
- Erin S. Gore, executive vice president, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
- Mary Peloquin-Dodd, associate vice chancellor for finance and business and university treasurer, North Carolina State University
- Amir Rahnamay-Azar, vice president for finance and chief financial officer, Carnegie Mellon University
- Lee White, executive vice president, George K. Baum & Company
Caitlin Bertha, market growth and development consultant, and Yoon Lee, public finance banker, both with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., also made significant contributions to the content.
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