Nat Abramowitz has worked on transactions in Mexico, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Europe, as well as in the United States. He has handled matters such as financings for power generation and distribution facilities, transportation facilities, including airport facilities, roads, railroads, tunnels, bridges and light rail systems, parking facilities, sports facilities, paper facilities, healthcare facilities and housing facilities.
He has represented banks, financial institutions and other parties in project finance transactions, municipal finance transactions (including structures involving public-private partnerships (P3)) and transactions involving sovereign loans, swaps, guaranteed investment contracts, bond insurance, liquidity instruments, letters of credit, participations and mergers. He has been involved in workouts, bankruptcies and lender liability matters.
Admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia, he is a member of the American and New York State Bar associations, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York and The District of Columbia Bar. Mr. Abramowitz is a 1975 graduate of Fordham University School of Law and a graduate of Fordham University.
- Counsel to the historic Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement Public-Private Partnership, which entails nearly $1 billion in financing, the rebuilding of almost 600 structurally deficient, non-tolled bridges throughout the Commonwealth, and the operation and maintenance of those bridges for 25 years over the course of repayment.
- Bond counsel to a New York issuer in its negotiations with letter-of-credit providers to secure $1.5 billion in subordinate electric revenue bonds, the proceeds of which were used to fund the issuers acquisition of a major investor-owned utility on Long Island.
- Counsel to a major New York investment bank with regard to its underwriting of approximately $460 million in rum tax-based Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority Revenue bonds.
- Counsel to a major New York underwriter in a solid waste transaction in connection with a $300 million solid waste project in the Philadelphia region, including negotiation with the letter-of-credit bank, the potential equity provider, the contractor, the developer and the issuer.
- Counsel to a Swiss investment bank with regard to its underwriting of approximately $220 million in gross receipts tax-based Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority Revenue Bonds.
- Counsel to a major New York underwriter with regard to $55 million in resource recovery revenue bonds. Used an innovative structure to finance a waste-to-energy facility in Georgia for which the primary energy product was steam for the manufacture of white paint and the secondary energy product was electric energy.
Admissions : New York
- American Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- The Association of the Bar of the City of New York
- The District of Columbia Bar
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