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501(c)(3) Revenue Bonds

Ice Miller's public finance and law attorneys are among the most experienced in the nation in 501(c)(3) revenue bond financings.

We serve collaboratively and creatively in all transactional roles, including most frequently as bond counsel and underwriter's counsel.  Whether we are facilitating a direct placement or public offering, a fixed or variable rate deal, our attorneys work to meet the needs of any client in any field:

  • Colleges & Universities (Private)
  • Healthcare – Hospitals
  • Healthcare – Senior Living Facilities
  • Independent & Charter Schools
  • Museums, Cultural Institutions, Social Service Organizations and Recreational Organizations
  • Other 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organizations

The Firm's experience includes transactions for individual borrowers and networks of affiliated nonprofit organizations, including for first-time participants in the bond market and regular borrowers with complex plans of finance.  Our long-term relationships with clients build trust through continued service in many areas:

  • Form 990 & Schedule K
  • IRS Audits
  • Post-Issuance Compliance
  • Rebate
  • Securities & Disclosure

Representative Experience

  • $295,000,000 County of Muskingum, Ohio Hospital Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 2013 (Genesis HealthCare System Obligated Group Project) – Underwriter's Counsel
  • $119,020,000 Revenue Bonds (The Barrington of Carmel Project) – Bond Counsel
  • $55,800,000 Florida Development Finance Corporation Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Renaissance Charter School, Inc. Projects), Series 2012A and $3,520,000 Florida Development Finance Corporation Taxable Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Renaissance Charter School, Inc. Projects), Series 2012B – Underwriter's Counsel
  • $18,750,000 Indiana Finance Authority Revenue Bonds, Series 2010 (National Collegiate Athletic Association Project) – Underwriter's Counsel
  • $11,225,000 Town of Upland, Indiana Economic Development Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2012 (Taylor University Project) – Bond Counsel
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