Mark Malveaux named managing partner at public finance law firm McCall

Texas-based public finance law specialist firm McCall, Parkhurst & Horton enters 2022 with a new managing partner.

Mark Malveaux, who has represented some of the firm’s largest clients, will take the reins Jan. 1 from Carol Polumbo, who will remain as partner at McCall’s Austin office.

Malveaux joined the Dallas-based firm 28 years ago and led its expansion in Houston. He has worked on some historic deals from issuers such as Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.

Mark Malveaux, left, will became McCall’s managing partner Jan. 1, taking over from Carol Polumbo, who will remain as partner.

“Mark’s passion for our firm and practice area as well as his respect by colleagues and clients has not wavered in his almost three decades with McCall,” Polumbo said. “I’m eager to watch him lead the charge.”

Malveaux said the 102-year-old firm would continue its growth as it helps clients navigate legal finance issues amid a continuing pandemic.

McCall also promoted Molly Carson and Lauren Ferrero to partner.

“Molly and Lauren each bring a distinguished track record of success, service, and dedication to our clients and team. Their elevation to partner is well deserved,” said Malveaux.

Founded in Dallas in 1919, McCall Parkhurst & Horton is unusual among law firms in focusing its entire practice on public finance. With 37 attorneys practicing solely in public…

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