Thomas G. Doe
Mr. Doe is President of Municipal Market Analytics, Inc. the leading independent research firm in the municipal industry.
Mr. Doe has been a sought after speaker on industry issues and its future. His insight, integrity, candor and historical context is sought to establish a clear perspective of current conditions impacting investors and issuers in the municipal cash and derivative markets. Most memorably, on January 20, 2011, Mr. Doe forcefully represented the industry in a CNBC interview to accurately define market credit risks in response to Meredith Whitney’s alarmist municipal default projection. Mr. Doe is the lead analyst on MMA’s monthly Advisor publication which began in 1995, and the firm’s Strategist report. He also contributes to the intraday Insight service, when the Strategist is not published.
Between 2002 and 2005, Mr. Doe served a 3-year term as a public member on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB), the regulatory entity of the municipal securities industry.
Prior to his leadership role at MMA, Mr. Doe served as an analyst and manager at Municipal Market Data, Inc. from 1984 to its successful sale to the Thomson Reuters Corporation in 1994.
Mr. Doe received his undergraduate degree from Colgate University and a Master’s from Harvard University. He resides in Concord MA with his wife of 30 years. He has two daughters who live in Austin, TX and Charlottesville, VA.