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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The municipal bond attorney practice in South Dakota can be traced back to the Boyce-Greeley Building in Sioux Falls.
A big influence on the young lawyer was the late Frank Stimley, Mississippi's first African-American bond attorney. Stimley died in 2004, around the time Hairston began his MDA career.
Tenders are invited for professional services: appraiser for tax appeals architect attorney, bond attorney, borough attorney, special counsel attorney, labor attorney, planning board attorney, zoning board auditor engineer, borough engineer, planning board/zoning board engineer, special projects health insurance broker municipal court judge (3 year term) planner, borough planner, planning board prosecutor public defender public defender, alternate.
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.
After a stint as a bond attorney for Chicago-based law firm Chapman & Cutler he launched his own enterprise in 1987: Jackson Securities L.L.C.
The committee has invited a bond attorney to make a presentation on recent Securities and Exchange Commission disclosure requirements, and the chairman of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board spoke with the group in January 1997.
Fitch, a former bond attorney who ran the Mississippi State Personnel Board before winning election as treasurer in 2011, announced her financial literacy instruction campaign last November at the annual luncheon forum of the Mississippi Council on Economic Education.
Baker previously practiced as a transactional bond attorney and as an intern in the financial services industry.
Fernandez has presented on a vast array of topics; his most recent including "Document Changes We Would Like to See," panelist, ABA Capital Market Forum for Corporate Trust Professionals, Tampa, Florida, April, 2009 and "Corporate Trust Concerns" panelist, Bond Attorney's Workshop, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Chicago, September, 2008 and in Phoenix in September, 2009.
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.
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.