Bond Attorney

Bond Attorney

A lawyer hired by a bond issuer to represent the interests of potential bondholders. Before a new issue of a bond, a bond attorney must generally present a legal opinion stating that everything that the issuer says about the bond is true, and that the issuer has adhered to all applicable laws. Issuers hire bond attorneys to reduce the risk to bondholders and therefore to attract more investors.
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Smitherman previously held jobs as an investment banker, prosecutor and bond attorney.
He was employed by Hanover Insurance Company in New York City and Worcester as a claims bond attorney.
I think it's fantastic, something I've looked forward to for a long time,'' said Rudy Salo, 28, of Redondo Beach, a municipal bond attorney and first-generation Arab-American who volunteered for the event.
After a stint as a bond attorney for Chicago-based law firm Chapman & Cutler he launched his own enterprise in 1987: Jackson Securities L.
Once again our hero turns to the municipal market, where, with the complicity of an unscrupulous bond attorney, he devises a very "creative" funding plan to raise the working capital he so desperately needs.
Baker previously practiced as a transactional bond attorney and as an intern in the financial services industry.
The city's elected officials, in consultation with its bond attorney and financial advisor, decided to sell leasehold revenue bonds in an amount of $4,100,000.
But David Menz, a bond attorney with the Little Rock law firm of Williams & Anderson, said last week that he had a fundamental problem with Beebe's finding: Amendment 47 to the state Constitution.
A representative of Infigen, the Australian firm that owns the Caprock Wind Farm, and a bond attorney, on December 8, 2014, asked for authorization from the Quay County Commission to seek industrial revenue bonds for the project.
A bond attorney who does work for Stephens and the competing fiscal agents agreed.
There's not a bond attorney in the state who will issue a favorable opinion based on what's in the bill now," says one source close to the debate.