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Anderson Joins Spencer Fane as a Partner, Bolsters Tax Credit Finance and Opportunity Zones Practice

Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce Nicholas “Nick” Anderson has joined the Real Estate and Tax Credit Finance and Opportunity Zones practice groups as a partner in the firm’s Denver office.

Anderson advises real estate developers, lenders, and investors on tax credit financing and opportunity zone matters to efficiently structure and close real estate deals, helping them take advantage of opportunities ranging from simple to extremely complex incentives and programs. He is well-versed in tax credit transactions, including Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, New Market Tax Credits, Opportunity Zones, Renewable Energy Tax Credits and a wide variety of state tax credit programs.

With a strong background in general corporate, federal tax, real estate, and financing legal matters, Anderson focuses on understanding the business goals and objectives of clients, helping them best utilize tax credit financing, public-private partnerships, and community development entities that are most beneficial to their project.

“As we continue to identify demand from clients in Denver and throughout our footprint, we have strategically added attorneys to the firm who share our commitment to collaborative, excellent and efficient legal service,” said Ron Fano, Office Managing Partner for Spencer Fane in Denver. “As the real estate industry in Denver continues to evolve, we’re excited to have the opportunity to grow our team of attorneys with a focus on our clients’ needs in this market. Nick brings tremendous experience in helping clients navigate a wide variety of real estate incentives and programs and will be a great asset to our thriving Tax Credit Finance and Opportunity Zones practice.”

Anderson completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Iowa before earning his Juris Doctor from the Syracuse University College of Law. He went on to complete an LLM in Taxation at the University of Denver.