Jason W. Burningham

  • Position: Principal/Owner
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  • Email: Jason@lewisyoung.com
  • Phone: 801-456-3930
  • Cell: 801-201-6839

Personal Experience & Biography

Mr. Burmingham is the managing principal and owner of Lewis Young Robertson & Burmingham, Inc. (LYRB), the premier financial advisory and municipal consulting firm located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Over the course of the past two decades. Mr. Burmingham has led the initiative to develop and create a full-service financial consulting and advisory practice focusing on local governmental entities. Mr Burmingham has two core practice areas: municipal advisory services and financial/economic analyses.

Mr. Burmingham currently serves as financial advisor to scores of local municipalities, counties and special districts. Over the pas decade, Mr. Burmingham has successfully coordinated the structuring of nearly $4.85 billion representing more than 350 transactions including general obligation, revenue, lease revenue, tax increment, and special assessment bonds.

In addition to his financial advisory practice, Mr. Burmingham has specialty expertise in: i) user rate and cost of service studies, ii) economic/fiscal impact analyses, iii) impact fee analyses (complying with State law), iv) comprehensive financial sustainability planning, and v) redevelopment consulting and applications. He currently represents many high growth and development impacted areas throughout the State of Utah, including: St. George City and the surrounding areas of Washington County, southern Davis County communities including: Bountiful, Centerville, North Salt Lake, Woods Cross and West Bountiful, northern Utah County (Lehi, Eagle Mountain, Alpine, Pleasant Grove, Lindon and American Fork), and Salt Lake Valley communities such as , Sandy City, Herriman, Cottonwood Heights, South Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Holladay and the newly incorporated city of Millcreek.




Series 7 – General Securities Representative 
Series 8 – General Securities Sales Supervisor
Series 24 – General Securities Principal
Series 50 – Municipal Advisor Representative
Series 63 – Uniform Securities Agent-State

Selected Presentations

“The Aftermath of the Recession: Deferring Capital Expenses”, ULCT Mid-Year Conference, April 2015 (St. George, UT) 

“Financial Sustainability Planning,” Brigham Young University MPA Public Finance Course, Jan-MAy 2013 (Provo, UT)

“Maintaining Fiscal Health,” American Society for Public Administration, April 2010 ( San Francisco, CA)

“Development Impact Fees,” American Planning Association Utah Conference”, March 2009 (Park City, UT)