Solar Securitization: Leveraging Alternative Financing Without Jeopardizing Existing Investor Tax Breaks
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss solar securitization, examining its role in solar financing and challenges that may be encountered. The panel will provide guidance for leveraging solar securitization as an alternative financing tool while protecting investor tax benefits.
- Role of securitization in financing solar transactions
- Basic terms
- Key requirements
- Basic securitizations without tax equity
- Combining securitizations with tax equity
- Inverted leases
- Flip partnerships
- Asset and structure risks
- Tax Insurance
- The future of solar securitizations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What role is securitization playing in financing solar lease models?
- What are some of the structural challenges in securitizing solar assets?
- What are the risks associated with solar securitization? How are they being mitigated? What role can tax insurance play?
Gary P. Blitz, Esq.
Senior Managing Director
Aon Transaction Solutions
Mr. Blitz heads his firm's Tax Insurance Practice, which specializes in the placement of tax insurance... | Read More
Mr. Blitz heads his firm's Tax Insurance Practice, which specializes in the placement of tax insurance programs for tax credit investments, M&A transactions and other situations. He advises clients purchasing tax and other transaction liability insurance programs, such as representations and warranties insurance, litigation buyouts, and credit enhancements. He joined his firm after a twenty-year legal career during which time he became a nationally recognized expert in the insurance of financial and transactional risks.Close
Andrew C. Coronios
Chadbourne & Parke
Mr. Coronios represents financial institutions and public and private companies in a spectrum of financing... | Read More
Mr. Coronios represents financial institutions and public and private companies in a spectrum of financing transactions, encompassing structured finance, securitization, asset-based and secured lending and unsecured credit facilities. His experience includes domestic and cross-border syndicated credit facilities; securitizations of various asset types; asset-backed commercial paper conduits; a variety of domestic and cross-border lease financing structures; project financings; and traditional mortgage and construction lending and hybrid debt-equity mortgages.Close
Credit Suisse Securities