Chandler Combest represents financial institutions and corporate clients in a variety of business, financing and regulatory matters. Chandler’s practice has been focused on financing transactions involving tax credits, particularly federal and state low income housing, historic and new markets tax credits. He also has significant experience in real estate transactions and a variety of commercial lending matters, including mortgage warehouse lending and sales of distressed assets. While at law school at the University of Alabama School of Law, Chandler served as the Acquisitions Editor of the Alabama Law Review.
Notable Matters
  • Over 30 transactions involving federal and state low income housing, historic and new markets tax credits representing equity investors, lenders, credit support providers and developers.
  • Experience in state and federal regulatory compliance issues facing banks and financial services companies in connection with consumer lending operations.
  • Advises financial institutions and investors on real estate and corporate loan transactions involving origination and structuring, syndication and participation matters.
  • Extensive experience in assisting companies in performing internal risk assessments and regulatory compliance reviews, with a particular focus on state and federal banking, mortgage servicing and real estate regulations in relation to multi-state lending operations.
  • Regularly works with legal and business managers to develop, expand and improve compliance procedures regarding state and federal laws and regulations.