San Antonio
210.277.6801 Direct
210.277.6810 Fax

Paul Martin has 48 years of experience in the national and international public finance arena encompassing almost every aspect of the bond practice. As bond counsel, he has represented issuers of bonds for state agencies, cities, counties, institutions of higher education, special districts including municipal utility districts, school districts, hospital districts, and special purpose boards including industrial development, health facilities, public facilities, and housing finance.

Representative Experience

  • Has played a significant role in developing new financing methods, including financing of Texas state buildings, healthcare facilities for nonprofit entities, water pollution control and air pollution control facilities, and pension obligations
  • Was instrumental in the passage of key legislation in the public finance arena, including the passage of acts that permit the creation of the Texas Public Finance Authority and special districts and other acts affecting various aspects of financings by Texas public entities
  • Serves as counsel to national and international financial institutions in their capacities as underwriters, credit enhancers, and investment bankers
  • Represents trustees in original financings and workout situation

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