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You know that capital is the driver of personal and institutional dreams; at Williams Parker, we know you are looking for experience and stability. Your capital is the lifeblood of your ongoing businesses, your nonprofit organizations’ bequests, your trusts, your developments, your investments for future generations, and much more. At Williams Parker, we know how precious and important your capital is, and we are here to guide you.

Our lending and finance attorneys serve institutional lenders, businesses, individuals, rating agencies, bond underwriters, bond issuers, trustees, and lender agents. Our many clients include lenders and borrowers seeking counsel regarding an array of financing structures including conventional financing, bond transactions, asset securitization, and syndicated equity capital raises.

After all, Williams Parker’s century of lending and finance legal experience began with founder J. J. Williams Jr.’s 1920s involvement in the creation of two early financial institutions: First Federal Savings and Loan Association and Sarasota State Bank. Both banks prospered under Williams’ guidance and ultimately merged into one of the nation’s largest banks.

Your lending and finance needs are of the utmost importance to you, your loved ones, and your institutions. Having earned a century’s worth of stability, experience, and a signature reputation in the field, Williams Parker is as positioned to serve you today as J. J. Williams Jr. was in 1925. At Williams Parker, our history speaks for itself.

MATTERS

Representation of borrowers in recent debt finance transactions, including:

  • $91.35 million credit facility for a healthcare business
  • $80.25 million credit facility for a healthcare business
  • $77.56 million credit facility for a healthcare business
  • $57.40 million credit facility for a healthcare business
  • $43.75 million credit facility for a marketing business
  • $27.50 million credit facility for a manufacturing business

Representation of conduit borrowers in recent tax-exempt bond transactions, including:

  • $350 million offering for a hospital
  • $38.5 million offering for a senior housing facility
  • $35 million offering for a senior housing facility
  • $23.75 million offering for a private school
  • $20 million offering for a private school