- Public and Affordable Housing
- Acquisitions and Dispositions
- Workouts and Distressed Assets
- Business and Corporate
- Tax Credits
- LIHTC -- Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
- Securities Regulation
- Asset Securitization
- Public Finance in Banking
- Commercial Lending and Structured Finance
- Secured Transactions
- Leveraged Finance
- Public Finance
- Charitable Organizations / 501
- Credit Enhancement
- Industrial Development Revenue Bonds
- Derivatives and Investment Products
- Secondary Markets
- Structured Investments
- Multifamily Housing
- Bond Counsel
- Borrower's Counsel
- Bank, Credit Enhancer's, Lender's and Purchaser's Counsel
- Bank Loans
- Letters of Credit and Liquidity Facilities
- Revenue Bonds
- Workouts and Bankruptcy in Public Finance
|University ||University of Nebraska-Lincoln, B.A., 1986|
|Law School||University of California at Davis School of Law, J.D., 1990|
|Admitted||1990, Nebraska; 1991, California|
Memberships and Affiliations
National Association of Bond Lawyers; American Bar Association
|Born||Kearney, Nebraska, July 4, 1964|
Mr. Swanson serves as bond counsel, borrower's counsel, issuer counsel, bond purchaser counsel and credit enhancer counsel in structured tax-exempt financings of multifamily housing, assisted living, student housing, manufacturing, hotel and airport facilities. He focuses on developing innovative financing structures to maximize the use of tax-exempt financing to create and preserve affordable housing. Mr. Swanson works with developers, owners and managers of affordable housing facilities to utilize all available sources of financing such as grants, subordinate loans and tax credit equity to leverage the proceeds of tax-exempt bonds.
•Representing a government sponsored enterprise as multifamily credit enhancer in connection with credit substitutions and issuance of new money and refunding variable and fixed rate bonds.
•Advising national real estate investors regarding financing of multifamily housing projects with tax-exempt bonds.
•Structuring secondary market offerings of asset-backed securities involving tax-exempt bonds.
•Representing the City of Los Angeles as multifamily bond counsel.
•Developing program to aggregate unrated multifamily housing bonds into multi-tranched trust.
U.S. Army Reserve, Judge Advocate General's Corps (Retired)
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