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Katharine Stack is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Project Finance and Public Finance group. Her practice focuses on infrastructure and economic development.
I strive to serve my clients effectively and efficiently in all facets of public finance with a constant focus on overarching client objectives and needs. I represent a wide variety of clients, including issuers, underwriters, and borrowers on a variety of public finance transactions. This includes due diligence reviews for compliance with state, local, and federal laws, and researching, drafting, and reviewing documents to assist clients with successfully financing their projects. I also represent industrial development agencies in New York State, completing due diligence reviews and drafting documents to assist clients in connection with financing various transactions.
I will be monitoring the ability of municipal issuers to continue issuing debt in light of COVID-19 and developments in the market as a result of the pandemic.
This article covers client Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority’s $765 million Payroll Mobility Tax Senior Lien Refunding Green Bonds, which were priced Thursday in the primary market. The NP team serving as bond counsel on this deal includes New York City partners Ken Lind, Liz Columbo, and Adam Gordon; Washington, DC partner Carla Young; New York City counsel Abigail Olsen; and New York City associates Kate Stack, Paul Dewey, and Georgia Sackey, all of the Project Finance & Public Finance practice.
Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
Vanderbilt University, B.A.
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