Arthur Miller has over 43 years of experience in public finance and municipal bonds serving as Managing Director and Co-Head of Public Finance Strategies & Analytics Groups at Goldman Sachs. He covered leading roles at industry organizations including Vice Chair and Member of the Board of Directors at the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.
Arthur is an industry-recognized municipal expert and thought leader in many aspects of state and local government and nonprofit financing. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB), where he was Vice Chair for two years, as well as serving for many years on the Municipal Executive and Policy Committees of SIFMA and predecessor organizations. He has been awarded the Chairman’s Achievement Award for extraordinary service to the industry. He has been a frequent panelist at many municipal finance legal seminars, and has authored or co-authored several legal studies outlines.
A 38 year employee of Goldman Sachs, where he was a Managing Director, Arthur provided detailed expertise to clients and regulatory entities, and to the firm in a wide range of roles and positions, including client finance strategies, quantitative analytics, municipal market research (with credit for several published articles), tax and securities law, tax policy, municipal market regulations and new product development.
Arthur has served on a number of nonprofit educational boards. He is a graduate of Princeton University (BA), University of North Carolina (MA), Duke University (JD), and New York University (LL.M).
New York University
Duke University School of Law
University of North Carolina
Managing Director, Co-Head, Public Finance Strategies & Analytics Groups
Public Finance Markets Strategist
Fixed Income Research Group
Firm-Wide New Product Development Group
Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander & Ferdon