Kyle Patino currently manages PNC’s Healthcare, Public Finance and Non-Profit Derivative Products group and has worked in the tax-exempt finance industry for 20 years, both as a derivative marketer and a quantitative banker. He collaborates with his team, sales and trading, investment bankers, relationship managers, credit officers, loan syndications, and internal/external counsel to deliver solution oriented interest rate management strategies, capital structure considerations, and debt financing.
Patino provides quantitative analysis in derivative structuring, asset/liability hedging, and document negotiation. He serves as a frequent speaker on topics related to risk management, economic outlook, and hedging strategies.
Prior to joining PNC in 2003, he worked for George K. Baum & Co. Patino holds a master of science degree in finance from Temple University Fox School of Business and an advanced bachelor of arts degree in Economics with a minor in political science from Occidental College.
Eric received his M.B.A. in Finance from University of Pittsburgh, Katz Graduate School of Business and B.S. in Finance from Bloomsburg University. He holds series 7 and 63 licenses.
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