Spencer Fane attorney Nick Anderson was a featured panelist at the Novogradac 2022 Spring New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Conference on June 9-10 in Washington, D.C.
During his presentation, NMTC Plus, Nick and his fellow panelists discussed how new markets tax credits can work with other tax incentives such as the historic tax credit and renewable energy tax credits. The panel also explored how states encourage developments with special incentives and how Small Business Administration assistance can help fill financing gaps. Nick was joined by Joseph Bredehoft, partner at Husch Blackwell; and Beth Robinson, President and CEO of Uptown Consortium.
The Novogradac New Markets Tax Credit conference provides updates on the latest trends and insights into community development incentives. Attendees explore emerging legislation and tax credit equity pricing while connecting with other community development professionals who focus on economic recovery strategies for low-income communities.
Nick, who is chair of Spencer Fane’s Tax Credit Finance and Opportunity Zones practice, advises real estate developers, lenders, and investors in efficiently structuring and closing real estate deals. He has a strong track record of experience in Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs), Opportunity Zones, Renewable Energy Tax Credits, and a wide variety of state tax credit programs.