Allison S. Dyer is a senior counsel in the Atlanta office and a member of Holland & Knight's Financial Services and Public Finance Teams. Ms. Dyer's practice focuses on public finance transactions for multifamily housing, nonprofit hospitals, educational institutions and local governments. In addition, she has extensive experience with economic development and public-private partnership (P3) transactions.
Ms. Dyer routinely serves as bond counsel for affordable housing transactions and has a deep understanding of federal and state laws, including tax law, involved in structuring such transactions. In addition, Ms. Dyer frequently represents financial institutions providing debt financing on tax-exempt and conventional low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) projects throughout the United States.
Representative Transactions – Bond Counsel
Representative Transactions – Lender's Counsel
Ms. Dyer works on large economic development and P3 transactions throughout the United States, with a focus on State of Georgia transactions. She has represented both private and public entities and advises clients on how best to package the various economic development tools available to both parties to accomplish their joint goals for a community or development.
Ms. Dyer has extensive experience as bond, lender, underwriter, disclosure and borrower's counsel on tax-exempt and taxable financings for healthcare, educational and other nonprofit institutions. With a deep understanding of the tax and securities law requirements involved in structuring a successful transaction, Ms. Dyer has become a trusted advisor to clients in the healthcare, educational and nonprofit industries.
Ms. Dyer has served as bond, lender, underwriter and disclosure counsel on tax-exempt and taxable financings for local governments. Ms. Dyer has advised on projects that include general obligation, water and sewer revenue, sales tax, tax increment, hotel motel tax and other similar repayment sources. She is knowledgeable in Georgia referendum requirements for general obligation and sales tax transactions, as well as other Georgia-law specific requirements for local government finance transactions. She has served as underwriter's counsel on similar transactions around the United States for a large variety of large commercial banks and investment banking clients.
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