St. Louis University School of Law,
J.D., cum laude, 2001
Member, St. Louis University Law Journal
Participant, Moot Court
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
B.A., Political Science, 1998
Thompson Coburn LLP
Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Member, 2016-17 Class of Leadership St. Louis
FOCUS St. Louis
Jarrod is the chair of Thompson Coburn's Tax Credits practice and has over 15 years of experience representing lenders, community development entities and investors in connection with a broad range of tax credit, real estate, commercial finance and specialty lending projects.
Jarrod routinely works on economic and community development projects that utilize one or more state and federal tax credits and other incentives like real property tax abatement to finance the construction and/or rehabilitation of real property. From start to finish, Jarrod manages these highly sophisticated projects, which require a significant amount of time and specific legal experience, as well as close collaboration among real estate developers, lenders, investors and governmental bodies.
In his robust commercial finance practice, Jarrod works closely with transaction parties to document and close investments used for working capital, recapitalizations, and debt refinancings. Jarrod has unique experience representing community development lenders who utilize the new markets tax credit program to make debt investments in operating businesses in low-income communities. These transactions are often made to companies on below-market and subordinate terms, and, as such, Jarrod has extensive experience representing subordinate and mezzanine lenders in connection with complex intercreditor issues. Jarrod also represents syndicators, and lenders who make warehouse loans to fund syndications of various state and federal tax credits.
Jarrod is proud of his leadership in the tax credit arena and honored to work on projects across the U.S. that result in the preservation of historic structures, the availability of low-income housing, and economic and community development in distressed low-income communities. He enjoys the collaborative nature of complex financing transactions and the opportunity to serve as a connection point for the banks, investors, developers, and government authorities that work together on impactful tax credit projects.
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