Matthew W. Mullen advises clients on all aspects of community development financing, including tax credit financing involving Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs), New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs), and Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits (HRTCs).
Matt has assisted large corporations, real estate owners and public-private ventures in identifying and analyzing the acquisition and management of various tax credit investments. In addition, Matt has conducted due diligence on behalf of federal LIHTC investors to identify and quantify real estate, tax and sponsor-related risks. Matt has provided tax analysis, financial modeling and transaction structuring options for projects using LIHTCs, HRTCs and NMTCs, and has managed state tax credit monetization programs providing advisory services for the acquisition of certificated and bifurcated state credits.
Matt’s practice involves the representation of both for-profit and nonprofit real estate developers. Matt advises his developer clients in all aspects of project development, rehabilitation and operation with a focus on mitigating developer risk and achieving a timely and cost-effective closing. In addition, Matt’s practice involves assisting his clients on exit strategies upon the conclusion of the investment’s compliance period.
I pride myself as a “problem solver.” Most tax credit transactions involve multiple financing sources and transaction participants with varying levels of understanding of program requirements. I simplify transaction complexities with a goal of achieving a smooth financing closing for my clients.
I am a frequent speaker at national tax credit industry conferences, speaking on various investor-, developer- and deal structuring-related panels.
I have been following developments in the potential infrastructure tax credit and how such opportunity will affect both my developer and investor clients.
Law360 | May 07, 2018
In this roundup of promotions to partner and firm management positions, 14 attorneys from Nixon Peabody are highlighted. The 11 attorneys promoted to partner are Ellie Altshuler, Mark Beaudoin, Erik Birkeneder, Hannah Bornstein, Chris Browning, Barry Carrigan, Keri McWilliams, Matt Mullen, Steven Richard, Charles Tamuleviz and Alison Torbitt. In addition, Kenneth C. Lind was promoted to leader of the firms’ public finance practice group, Justin Thompson was promoted to office managing partner in LA, and Aaron Yowell was promoted to chief innovation officer.