First Albany's Jodie Jiles Tackles Challenges, Keeps the Faith

Albanese, Elizabeth
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/23/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32036, p6
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The article focuses on First Albany Capital Inc. banker Jodie Jiles who on January 1, 2005 will take the helm of the Greater Houston Partnership. The organization serves as an advocate for economic development in the area. First Albany on December 1, 2004 opened a Dallas office that will be managed by long time Texas banker Vince Matrone. Together Jiles and Matrone hope to make First Albany a household name in the Texas underwriting market. For Jiles public finance is as much a mission to improve the lives of local residents, as it is a career that has spanned a little more than 17 years.


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