Emily Metzler

Emily Metzler has served over ten years as part of the MuniCap team. Ms. Metzler is passionate about real estate, furthering economic development opportunities, and assisting with the critical thinking aspect of creative funding mechanisms. In her position, Ms. Metzler manages over fifty different large-scale, catalytic development projects and actively participates in all aspects of the financial structure of each deal from conception to capitalization, implementation, and administration post issuance. In addition, she is responsible for new business development efforts in the markets for which she serves. Clients include public entities such as Fairfax County, VA, Howard County, MD, and Montgomery County, MD, as well as private entities such as Gaylord, Forest City, Related Companies, Newland, and PN Hoffman. Since joining MuniCap, Ms. Metzler has assisted with the issuance of publicly marketed bonds in excess of $1.2 billion. Furthermore, she worked extensively on the Southwest Waterfront bond offering in the amount of $145,000,000, which received the highest bond rating in the District of Columbia for a comparable bond issuance, and the first ever bonds to be issued in the State of New York secured solely with special assessments pledged as security.

Ms. Metzler is a 2005 graduate of Clarion University. She graduated with a degree in both real estate and finance. Ms. Metzler was an active member of the Financial Management Association, played intramural basketball, and obtained her real estate license for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania during her college career.

Following graduation from Clarion University, Ms. Metzler was hired into the management program at National City Bank, now PNC, where ultimately, she maintained the role of a branch manager and business lending banker before being hired at MuniCap.

Ms. Metzler is active in multiple organizations including the Association of Public Finance Professionals, Council of Development Finance Agencies, Urban Land Institute, Lambda Alpha International, and Women in Public Finance, Maryland and Virginia Chapters. Ms. Metzler is a registered Municipal Advisor (Series 50) and has passed the Municipal Advisor Principal Qualification Examination (Series 54). Ms. Metzler serves as MuniCap’s Chief Compliance Officer.

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