Kimberly D. Magrini serves as counsel to investment banking firms and investors, developers, municipalities, issuers, and trustees in all types of public finance transactions. Her experience also includes representing a variety of 501(c)(3) organizations, including hospitals and other health care organizations, colleges and universities, private and charter schools, and museums.
Ms. Magrini focuses her practice on municipal finance and recovery, acting as counsel to municipalities, underwriters, placement agents, and investors in municipal financings, including distressed financings, high-yield offerings, and municipal bankruptcies and workouts. Ms. Magrini has experience with issues unique to Pennsylvania law (including Act 47) and maintains a special focus on disclosure issues for distressed municipalities, including pension analysis and disclosure and securities regulatory enforcement.
Ms. Magrini also maintains an active housing finance practice, regularly representing issuers, investors, developers, and trustees in Low Income Housing Tax Credit housing financing transactions and single-family mortgage bond transactions. She has represented investors and developers across the country in numerous lower-tier LIHTC deals, including transactions involving solar and renewable energy credits. In addition, she has developed significant knowledge of green financing initiatives, including green infrastructure, PACE, and other renewable energy financing options.
Ms. Magrini represents clients in public-private partnership (P3) and public-public partnership transactions involving both transportation facilities and municipal enterprises. She also has experience in student loan bond deals and regularly engages in private activity bond deals.
Before entering the law, Ms. Magrini worked for several years as both a legal and environmental science research assistant at Drexel University.
Pro Bono Experience
Ms. Magrini has served as a child advocate through the Support Center for Child Advocates and has also represented clients through the Homeless Advocacy Project.