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Brandon K. Lewisohn

Partner
Charlotte | 704.335.9859
Fax | 704.334.4706
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Brandon Lewisohn focuses his practice in the areas of public finance and banking. His clients include financial institutions ranging in size from large international institutions to community banks with just a few branches. He also represents borrowers and debt issuers, in both the taxable and tax-exempt markets, such as colleges and universities, large and small corporate entities, hospitals, airports, local governments, and nonprofit institutions

Brandon's practice extends to projects and transactions located throughout the U.S. He has extensive experience in tax-exempt and municipal finance as well as syndicated financing, project finance, derivative products, construction and permanent real estate loans, asset based loans, letters of credit and similar liquidity facilities, and direct placement and public underwriting of debt securities, bonds, and loans.

Representative Experience

  • Represented bank group in the direct purchase of three subseries of senior tax-exempt airport revenue bonds in a total par amount of more than $230 million.
  • Represented bank syndicate in $200 million senior unsecured facility for one of the largest health care providers in the Southeast.
  • Representation of mutual fund as a senior and a subordinate creditor in several workouts of defaulted housing revenue bonds, including foreclosure and subsequent sale of collateral consisting of multifamily apartment housing.
  • Served as school counsel, bond counsel, disclosure counsel, bank counsel, and underwriter’s counsel in multiple charter school transactions in North Carolina.
  • Represented financial institution as a subordinate creditor in a $100 million tax-exempt revolving line of credit for major municipality providing significant tax advantages for the client and incorporating unique aspects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
  • Represented financial institutions in transactions totaling more than $1 billion of privately placed and publicly sold debt, the proceeds of which were used to develop and construct university student housing facilities in more than 25 states.
  • Represented the University of North Carolina constituent institutions with specialized housing needs and development of the financing protocol that has become a statewide standard.
  • Represented financial institution in its role as credit provider and remarketing agent in the restructuring of taxable debt used in the development of luxury resort property.

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Honors & Awards

  • Wake Forest Law Review