New York Office
Alison brings more than two decades of experience helping issuers and not-for-profit institutions access the municipal bond market while assisting banks and financial institutions with providing accessible project capital and maintaining federal compliance. With each transaction, Alison works with her clients to improve communities, provide access to resources, and expand cultural opportunities.
From setting up direct purchase programs for banks to creating interest rate products for underwriters to guiding clients through complex disclosure issues, Alison’s breadth of experience gives her a distinct 360-degree view of the market. Her knowledge encompasses all financing structures including variable rate debt, tax-exempt and taxable debt, general obligation and revenue bond financings, letters of credit and liquidity supported bonds, conversions, restructurings, reofferings, direct placements with financial institutions and private placements and rule 144A and 4(a)(2) offerings.
Alison also has a particular focus on post-issuance compliance matters. She has assisted the underwriters and obligated persons with the SEC’s Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative as well as with their ongoing continuing disclosure compliance obligations.
Alison is committed to mentoring and creating opportunities for women in the public finance industry in her roles as a board member, vice president and co-chair of the mentoring committee for the Northeast Women in Public Finance.