Mark Kim

Mark Kim

Mark Kim is Chief Financial Officer for DC Water where he is responsible for financial management and policies. He has spent the last decade in the public finance industry, previously serving as New York City’s Assistant Comptroller for Public Finance.

Mark Kim is Chief Financial Officer for DC Water, an independent authority of the District of Columbia with an annual operating budget of $440 million and a 10-year capital improvement program of $3.8 billion. Mr. Kim has overall responsibility for DC Water’s financial management and policies, including: accounting operations and financial reporting; budget formulation and execution; program analysis and evaluation; treasury; controller; investment and debt management; and risk management.

Mark joins DC Water from the Office of the New York City Comptroller, where he was Deputy Comptroller for Economic Development. He has spent the last decade in the public finance industry, previously serving as New York City’s Assistant Comptroller for Public Finance, and earlier as an investment banker at several leading global financial institutions. In these roles, Mr. Kim has raised in excess of $50 billion in the capital markets, including issuing more than $27 billion for the City of New York and its related issuers to finance and refinance the city’s capital program.

Mark holds a Ph.D. in public policy from Harvard University; J.D. from Cornell Law School; and B.A. from Northwestern University. He is a member of the Bars of the State of New York and the District of Columbia.

Mark Kim

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