Nate Eckloff

Managing Director
Public Finance Investment Banking

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Nate Eckloff is a managing director in the public finance investment banking group in the Denver office. Eckloff has assisted with the issuance of over $25 billion in municipal bonds since entering the public finance industry in 1982. His public finance practice has been focused primarily in Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming and Florida. Eckloff’s experience covers a wide range of tax-exempt and taxable municipal finance including general obligation bonds, public power and water and sewer revenue bonds, excise tax and non-ad valorem revenue bonds (sales tax, gas tax, etc.), special assessment bonds, higher education revenue bonds, healthcare revenue bonds and lease-purchase certificates of participation. He has served numerous school districts, special districts, cities, towns, counties and other state and local government issuers throughout his career.

Eckloff started his career at Coughlin and Company in Denver, a firm focusing on healthcare finance in the Rocky Mountains. Prior to joining Piper Sandler, he was with RBC Capital Markets for 17 years in Denver and prior to that with Hanifen Imhoff/Stifel in Denver for 13 years. He has presented at numerous industry meetings including the Bond Buyer Conference, the Bond Market Association and several state and local Government Finance Officer Association meetings, including the Treasure Coast, Florida, Colorado and Hawaii organizations. He is currently the vice president of the Colorado Municipal Bond Dealers Association (CMBDA), is a past president of the CMBDA and is a past chairman of the board of the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame. He is also a past president of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association in Lincoln.

Eckloff received his Juris doctorate degree and his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Denver and his bachelor’s degree in agricultural honors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the proud owner of the family farm in Nebraska, which has been in the family since the 1870s.