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Employment History

International Economic Development Council

Managing Director
Standard & Poor's

Affiliations

Member
National Federation of Municipal Analysts

Member
MAGNY

Member
Chicago Municipal Analysts Society

Member
Municipal Forum

Member
U.S. Public Finance Criteria Committee

Education

bachelor's degree
economics
Connecticut College

master of public policy degree

College of William & Mary

Web References (27 Total References)


FAF Trustees Appoint Jeffrey J. Previdi to Governmental Accounting Standards Board | Business Wire

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FAF Trustees Appoint Jeffrey J. Previdi to Governmental Accounting Standards Board Jeffrey J. Previdi (Photo: Business Wire)

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NORWALK, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Board of Trustees of the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) today announced the appointment of credit analyst Jeffrey J. Previdi to the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Most recently, Mr. Previdi served as a managing director at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
Mr. Previdi's term commences July 1, 2016, and will extend through June 30, 2021. He will be eligible for reappointment to an additional term of five years at that time. Mr. Previdi replaces GASB member William W. Fish, whose service on the Board concludes June 30.
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"The Board of Trustees is pleased to welcome Jeff to the GASB," said FAF Chairman Charles H. Noski.
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Mr. Previdi served in a variety of roles for more than two decades at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, now known as S&P Global Ratings. Most recently he served as managing director and project leader in the agency's risk program. In that role, he led a global team of individuals who analyzed and implemented rules stemming from the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Prior to that role, Mr. Previdi was a municipal credit analyst for 20 years. Starting as a tax-exempt housing bond analyst, he progressed to leading S&P's team covering municipal structured finance ratings, then to co-leading the group responsible for all tax-backed ratings in the U.S. He also served on the U.S. Public Finance Criteria Committee for many years.
Mr. Previdi holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Connecticut College and a master of public policy degree from the College of William & Mary. He is a member of the National Federation of Municipal Analysts.


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That's probably unlikely," said Jeff Previdi, Managing Director and Co-Head of Local Government Ratings at Standard and Poor's. buy sildigra


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Jeffrey Previdi - Managing Director and Lead Analytic Manager, Co-Head of U.S. Public Finance Local Governments, Standard & Poor's Rating Services


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Jeff Previdi, the S&P managing director for local governments who spearheaded the agency's criteria change, defended the process. He said that the criteria had been heavily tested and had gone through a public comment period. The new criteria scores municipalities in seven categories: management, economy, budgetary flexibility, institutional framework (governance), budgetary performance, liquidity and debt/liabilities. The score for economy counts for 30 percent of the total score; all other categories are given a 10 percent weight.

The intent was to make the process and scoring as transparent as possible, Previdi said. Additionally, he added, the upgrades have tended to outpace downgrades for a very simple reason: Governments are doing better now than when they were last assessed.
"When we are reviewing under the new criteria, we're not working with the same metrics of the old criteria," he said. "It's not done in a vacuum.


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That's probably unlikely," said Jeff Previdi, Managing Director and Co-Head of Local Government Ratings at Standard and Poor's. To be sure, Detroit's financial disarray was decades in the making: a downward spiral of company departures and failures accompanied by a dramatic drop in its population, to just below 700,000 from a peak of 1.8 million, and a rise in crime. Once the cradle of U.S. automotive industry and Motown music, Detroit appears to have run out of alternatives to bankruptcy barring a bailout from the state. New York, Cleveland and Philadelphia previously teetered on the edge of bankruptcy but Detroit is the first major U.S. city to file for bankruptcy, pressured by $18.5 billion of outstanding liabilities. To this point, only much smaller local governments have gone the bankruptcy route without external help and facing similar issues. Take for example Vallejo, California, with about 116,000 people.

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