Christine Reynolds



Christine Reynolds is a partner in the Public Finance Department. She has broad experience as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriter’s counsel and borrower’s counsel across a wide range of public finance sectors.  

Christine has more than two decades of experience in public infrastructure finance, advising on both traditional bond financings and innovative funding structures. She serves as a Vice-Chair of the Public Finance Group and on the leadership team for the Impact Finance Group.

Christine’s experience includes various general obligation and revenue bond financings, including those relating to transportation, education, healthcare, water and wastewater, economic development, urban renewal, public power and other infrastructure financings.

She has extensive knowledge and experience with disclosure requirements for municipal issuers under federal securities laws, including both initial and continuing disclosure issues, material events disclosure, public offerings, private placements and other matters.

Christine is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars given by trade and professional organizations within the municipal finance industry, including serving as Chair for The Bond Buyer's 2022 Infrastructure Conference.
  • Christine's representative engagements include:

    • Bond counsel and disclosure counsel to the State of Oregon, including transportation revenue bonds for the Oregon Department of Transportation and general obligation bonds for State education bond programs for public universities and community colleges
    • Bond and disclosure counsel for transportation infrastructure revenue bond issuers including the Bay Area Toll Authority, Port of Oakland, Sound Transit and the Port of Portland
    • Underwriters' counsel in connection with payroll tax revenue bonds and capital grant revenue bonds issued by TriMet
    • Disclosure counsel and bond counsel for qualified 501(c)(3) borrowings for private higher education institutions, healthcare and other qualified nonprofit borrowers
    • Bond counsel and disclosure counsel in connection with hydroelectric revenue bonds and tribal economic development bonds for a major hydroelectric project in the Pacific Northwest
    • Bond counsel to municipal issuers, including state agencies, counties, cities, power and utility districts, schools and special districts and tribal governments in connection with general obligation bonds, limited tax or full faith and credit bonds, infrastructure and utility revenue bonds and tax increment revenue borrowings
    • Underwriter's counsel in connection with general obligation bonds, full faith and credit or limited tax bonds, infrastructure and utility revenue bonds, certificates of participation and tax anticipation notes issued by state and local governments