NYC Department of Finance

About NYC Department of Finance

The NYC Department of Finance collects over $33.6 billion in revenue for the City and values more than one million properties worth a total market value of $988 billion. In addition, Finance also:
• Records property-related documents;
• Administers exemption and abatement programs;
• Adjudicates and collects parking tickets;
• Maintains the city's treasury;
• Participates on and provides administrative support for the NYC Banking Commission;
• and Acts as the City's chief civil law enforcement officer

Through the Mayor's Office of Pensions and Investments, Finance also advises the Administration on the $160 billion City pension system and $15 billion deferred compensation plan.


Treasury Analysis and Assessment Intern

June 2018 - August 2018 New York City, NY
“I was able to live at home and commute into the city”
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