Henry represents for-profit and nonprofit real estate developers with respect to the acquisition, disposition and financing of affordable housing and community development projects. He frequently assists clients with secondary market investor transactions with a focus on the country’s major metropolitan areas and has a depth of experience with a broad range of capital markets transactions involving tax exempt bonds, tax credits and other project subsidies, many of which have utilized variable rate structures with credit or liquidity enhancement and interest rate risk management.
He graduated from New York University School of Law and Phi Beta Kappa from University of California, Berkeley.
Affordable Housing & Community Development
Acquisition & Disposition
State of California
State of Hawaii