Tribes and their organizations, for profit and not-for-profit alike, have historically faced a unique and often crippling situation in terms of access to capital. Tribal communities were not exempt from the recent worldwide recession and must compete for favorable financial terms that not only move them closer to their financial goals, but preserve their long term interests. Our lawyers help to meet and exceed our clients’ financial goals through proper financial assessment, exploration of innovative options and strategies, as well as implement the most favorable financing solutions.

Representative Work:

  • Our attorneys recently closed a complex refinance of a gaming facility in the amount of $66 million saving the borrower millions.
  • Our attorneys continue to assist a tribal non-profit CDFI to improve access by tribes to housing and community development financing resources to include the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA).