David Goldwater is currently a government affairs consultant for clients with interests in the Nevada State Legislature. He has a background in tax policy, mortgage regulation, energy policy, and transportation regulation. He is the former President of Goldwater Capital Nevada LLC, a mortgage investment business that provided investment services to individual clients as well as private corporations.
In 1994, David was elected to the Nevada State Legislature. During his ten years of service, he served as Chairman of the Infrastructure Committee, Taxation Committee, and Commerce and Labor Committee. He is credited with the creation of a 3 way Worker’s Compensation Insurance system as well as being widely recognized as the author of modern state statutes regarding the regulation of the mortgage brokerage and investment in Nevada. He has served on interim committees to study retail wheeling of electricity and served on Judiciary, Transportation, and Constitutional Amendments Committee in the Assembly. Additionally, Goldwater served 8 years on the Assembly Ways and Means Committee, Chairing the K-12 budget subcommittee.
David has over 15 years of experience in the financial service industry. He was a consultant at Marco Consulting Group, a firm specializing in advising Taft-Hartley Pension Trusts on pension portfolio performance, asset allocation, manager search, and proxy service. Prior to joining Marco consulting, Goldwater managed private client assets at a major NYSE investment company, and he also has covered banking, SEC, and social security issues while serving as the legislative assistant to Representative James H. Bilbray. Goldwater has experience drafting investment policies and establishing due diligence procedures for money managers.
Appointed to NCIC Board of Directors by Assembly Speaker John Oceguera