Nathan Treu has more than 12 years’ experience in governmental, governmental/private and nonprofit finance, having served as bond and borrower counsel and represented underwriters, lenders, developers and investors in connection with projects in California, Texas and across the US.
In California, he has served as bond counsel to the California Statewide Communities Development Authority, the San José-Santa Clara Clean Water Financing Authority and the Oakland Joint Powers Financing Authority and as disclosure counsel to the State Public Works Board of the State of California.
Nathan’s financing experience includes a broad variety of transactions, both new money and restructuring/refinancing and both public and private offerings, including general obligations and other tax-based issuances, revenue and lease obligations, structured finance and project finance.
These transactions have financed, among other things, general municipal infrastructure, water and sewer facilities, electric facilities and energy-source purchases, primary and higher education facilities, healthcare facilities, housing projects, student loan pools, stadiums, arenas and other sports facilities and economic development undertakings. Many of these financings have utilized variable rate structures with credit enhancement and interest rate risk management and have involved both public and private participation.
In a brief departure from private practice, Nathan has also served in a general counsel and business affairs role to a nonprofit collegiate sports conference in connection with that entity’s establishment of a wholly-owned, sports multimedia (television and digital) network that is distributed nationally and internationally.
Nathan is licensed in California and Texas and is a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers.
- University of Houston Law Center, cum laude, 2000
- University of Wisconsin, B.A., 1993
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