The New Mexico Finance Authority, which has seen big changes since being rocked last year by a fraudulent audit scandal, has narrowed its search for a new chief executive to two finalists.
One of the finalists for the NMFA job is Rob Perry, the chief administrative officer for the City of Albuquerque.
The other is Robert Coalter, who currently serves as executive director of the Texas Public Finance Authority.
The NMFA board, which selected the two finalists from a pool of five candidates, will interview Perry and Coalter on Nov. 4, according to an announcement made today. A decision on which finalist to hire is then expected to be made later that same week.
Check tomorrow’s Journal for more details.