Ben has experience with a wide variety of public finance transactions, serving as bond and disclosure counsel to cities, counties, school districts, and public authorities, as well as underwriters’ and outside counsel to investment banks, non-profits, private corporations and conduit borrowers. He has experience working on tax-exempt and taxable financing structures involving the issuance of general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, certificates of participation through lease-purchases and installment sales, tax anticipation notes, and other debt instruments. Ben has served as special counsel in regard to continuing disclosure obligations under Rule 15c2-12 and tax consequences arising from public-private developments.
Ben’s practice also involves working with governmental issuers and private companies on economic development projects and structured tax abatement transactions aimed to revitalize and improve local communities.
Capital Markets and Securities | Public Finance
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