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Michael Scott joins Miller Buckfire as managing director

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New York, USA - July 14, 2009, New York, USA - Miller Buckfire, an investment bank, announced that Michael Scott has joined the Firm as a managing director and will head a new U.S. Government Advisory practice.

Mr. Scott has nearly 10 years of experience with government financing programs at the Federal level. Mr. Scott joins Miller Buckfire from the SEC, where he was Senior Adviser to Chairman Christopher Cox beginning in 2008. He advised Chairman Cox on a wide range of initiatives pertaining to the financial market crisis and regulatory policies on credit derivatives, short selling and the congressionally-mandated Fair Value Study. He served both Chairman Cox and his successor, Chairman Schapiro. Mr. Scott joined the SEC in September 2008 from Banc of America Securities, where he was Managing Director and Head of the U.S. Government Entities investment banking practice that he established and led. Among other assignments, he advised companies on Federal loan guarantees to build the proposed Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline as well as those associated with advanced energy facilities included in Title XVII of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. While at Banc of America Securities, he also advised the GSE's on capital raises, risk management and regulatory issues.


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