Understanding P3, TIF & CTL: How to Use Private Capital for Public Benefit

Municipal Training The Hartford Club

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Understanding P3, TIF & CTL: How to Use Private Capital for Public Benefit

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

The Hartford Club
46 Prospect St. Hartford, CT 06103

*Registration is limited to the first 30 registrants.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW back to top

Join us for a conversation with leading experts on P3 (public-private partnerships), TIF (tax increment financing), and CTL (credit-tenant leases). There will be ample opportunity for attendees to ask questions and gain critical knowledge on these often-cited, but rarely understood, creative financing topics.

These aren’t just tools for large cities – they can be successfully employed by towns large and small.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND back to top

  • Mayors
  • First Selectmen
  • Town/City Managers
  • Finance Directors
  • Town/City Administrators

CCM PRESENTERS back to top

Panelists include:
Mark Morehouse, Managing Director, William Blair
Mark is one of the leading P3 bankers in the nation, having been involved in such high-profile deals as the Chicago Parking Meter Concession and the privatization of Chicago Midway and San Juan Luis Munoz Marin (Puerto Rico) airports. In New England, he is currently serving as the P3 advisor to MassDOT on Project Span, which will privately finance a third crossing of the Cape Cod Canal.

Michael Andreana, Member, Pullman & Comley, LLC
Mike is a legal expert in tax-exempt financings, public-private development projects and tax credit transactions. He has counseled government entities with respect to the creation and use of special tax and special assessment districts and was the principal drafter of Public Act No. 15-57, Connecticut’s new TIF financing statute.

Michael Kalt, Managing Director, William Blair
Michael leads William Blair’s Commercial Real Estate Group and is nationally recognized in the area of credit-tenant lease financing. He has led successful transactions for such notable entities as Williams-Sonoma, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System.

COST back to top

  • Non-Members - $120 per attendee, (see registration info below)
  • FREE to CCM-Members, (see registration info below)

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