Brian Mayhew joined the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) as Chief Financial Officer in October 1999. As CFO, Mr. Mayhew manages all accounting, treasury, and financial functions, including debt issuance and management for MTC, MTC Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways (SAFE), and the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA).�As CFO of MTC/BATA, Mr. Mayhew has overseen the growth of the toll operation from $120 million to over $750 million per year; transportation grant administration to nearly $1billion annually, as well as a capital program that has expanded from $2.4 billion to over $13 billion, including the $6.2 billion replacement of the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge.� Mr. Mayhew is responsible for a debt portfolio of $8.5 billion, swap portfolio of $1.9 billion, with assets under management of $4.5 billion.��Prior to working at MTC, Mr. Mayhew spent ten years as Finance Director for the City of Westminster, California where he oversaw accounting, payroll and treasury, as well as redevelopment and economic development project funding.� Prior to working for the City of Westminster, Mr. Mayhew served for five years in Mountain View, California as Revenue Officer.�Mr. Mayhew has also been the recipient of awards from the State of California and OrangeCounty in recognition of his protecting public assets by removing funds from the county’s treasury prior to the bankruptcy, as well as the California Public Securities Association for excellence in public financing. �BATA has been the recipient of three Bond Buyer Western Region Deal of the Year awards and one Governing Magazine national deal of the year.�Mr. Mayhew holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of California at Santa Barbara, along with multiple certifications in accounting, payroll, purchasing, cash and debt management.� Mr. Mayhew is active in both state and national professional associations and has served on the Issuer Advisory Committee of the MSRB.
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