John Dalton focuses his practice on transactions subsidized with federal and state tax credits, including renewable energy investment tax credits, new markets tax credits, low-income housing tax credits, and historic rehabilitation tax credits transactions, and related affordable housing and community development matters.
He represents investors, syndicators, community development entities, lenders, developers, and other for-profit and nonprofit sponsors in all aspects of tax credit transactions. John is experienced in guiding clients through all phases of deals, from planning through structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing transactions, as well as post-closing asset management, compliance, restructuring, and workout issues.
Over nearly a decade, John has closed many highly complex tax credit transactions, including projects involving two or more tax credits, multiple sources of leverage, multiple community development entities, tax-exempt sponsors and developers, tax-exempt bond financing, and numerous other federal and state grants and subsidies.
Prior to specializing in tax credit finance, John represented clients in banking and financial services regulatory matters.
American Bar Association: Taxation Section Member; Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law Member