WASHINGTON, D.C. — For the fourth year in a row, law firm Tiber Hudson LLC has been named the No. 1 underwriter’s and bond purchaser’s counsel in the nation by Refinitiv, based on the number of multi-family bond issues closed in 2021. Tiber Hudson has topped this list every year since its first full year of operation in 2018.
According to Refinitiv’s year-end multi-family market analysis for 2021, Tiber Hudson ranked first nationally in the role of underwriter’s counsel and bond purchaser’s counsel for number of multi-family bond issues closed, serving families in 38 states. The aggregate principal amount of the issues totaled more than $5 billion, which was an increase of 45% over the 2020 total. Tiber Hudson captured nearly 50% of the multi-family affordable housing market reported in 2021. These bond issues contributed to the construction or rehabilitation of more than 37,000 affordable housing units this past year.
“Our continued success is a testament to the energy and commitment not only of our dedicated team of attorneys and professionals, but of the clients and colleagues who share our mission to create more livable communities across the country,” noted partner Allison King. “As we continue facing challenges in these uncertain times, we will build upon that shared energy and commitment to bring even more affordable housing to areas that need it.”
Beyond the multi-family sector, Tiber Hudson ranked among the top three law firms for all types of municipal issues based on the number of deals closed in 2021, according to Refinitiv. Refinitiv, one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, periodically ranks law firms in a variety of categories.
Founded in 2017, Tiber Hudson provides legal services in all aspects of tax-exempt and taxable debt financings for multi-family housing and healthcare facilities around the country. The boutique law firm continues to distinguish itself as a leader in the affordable housing industry with offices in Washington, D.C.; New York, N.Y.; Charleston, S.C.; and Baltimore, Md.