Engelman Berger Expands its Transactional Practice with the Addition of Julie Arvo MacKenzie

We are excited to announce the addition of Julie Arvo MacKenzie to the firm’s growing transactional practice. Julie brings more than 25 years of experience helping clients navigate the complex steps involved in bond financing. She works closely with banks, issuers, lenders, nonprofits, developers, underwriters, trustees and borrowers, assisting them with all aspects of tax-exempt bond issuance, including disclosure, compliance, corporate governance, equipment leasing, governmental authority and debt restructuring.

“Julie’s deep understanding of project finance and complex business transactions will further expand the firm’s ability to advise clients at all stages of the business life cycle,” said Steve Berger, co-founder of the firm. “We are excited to have her join our team.”

Julie also advises clients on a variety of complex business transactions such as bank loans, lease-purchase structures, debt refinancing and bond defaults. She provides counsel to corporate management and boards of directors on business issues involving project financing for health facilities, schools, universities, governmental entities, senior living and multifamily housing. Prior to joining the firm, Julie served as in-house counsel for a health care conduit bond issuing authority.