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New York University School of Law, J.D., 1994.Developments Editor, Review of Law and Social Change.
Tufts University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1990.
Neil Faden practices transactional corporate and securities law with concentrations in organization and capitalization of collective investment funds, community development finance transactions and healthcare industry financing and transactional matters.
Mr. Faden focuses on finance matters related to the New Markets Tax Credit program and renewable energy tax credit projects. His practice includes the representation of community development entities, investors, lenders and borrowers.
Mr. Faden advises sponsors of collective investment vehicles, organized as limited liability companies and partnerships, ranging from hedge funds to real estate private equity funds. He regularly handles transactions structured in non-U.S. jurisdictions to enable investment by foreign investors and acquisitions of securities in compliance with U.S. law.
Mr. Faden has lead responsibility for dozens of affordable housing finance transactions, including the formation of limited partnerships designed to invest in affordable housing generating federal low income housing tax credits, negotiation with institutional investors in such partnerships, negotiation with lenders and negotiation of equity investments in partnerships constructing or rehabilitating affordable housing.
Mr. Faden has extensive experience representing developers of assisted living facilities including the formation of joint ventures for the development or ownership of assisted living facilities, compliance with regulatory requirements and the financing and sale of such facilities.
Admitted to practice in New York.
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