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Mikiyon Alexander, Head of US Public Finance at Fitch Ratings

Mikiyon Alexander

Head of US Public Finance

Fitch Ratings

Mikiyon Alexander, Head of US Public Finance at Fitch Ratings

Mikiyon Alexander serves as senior director and head of Fitch Ratings’ U.S. public finance department. Fitch Ratings is one of the nationally recognized statistical rating organizations designated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Alexander’s role is primarily concerned with the municipal housing sector. He is focused on municipal finance securitizations and affordable housing and community development financing, according to his LinkedIn profile.

He is also responsible for developing criteria and providing credit analyses for municipal housing finance transactions, Fitch Ratings said.

Before joining the company in 2017, Alexander spent 12 years at S&P Global Ratings. He served as senior director and analytical manager in U.S. public finance, responsible for leading a team of credit professionals providing ratings and credit analyses.

He also was also a corporate and government finance associate at S&P Global Ratings. In the said role, he provided credit analysis for state and local governments, ports and transportation authorities, health care facilities and higher education entities.  

Alexander earned a bachelor of arts in public administration from Kentucky State University and a master of public and urban policy from the New School Milano Graduate School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy. 

He is a member of the Municipal Analyst Group of New York, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and the National Council of State Housing Agencies. 

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