Bloomberg Tax & Accounting "Spotlight" Features Stinson's Brian Weaver

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Stinson LLP Partner Brian Weaver is featured in Bloomberg Tax & Accounting's "Spotlight" series that highlights the careers and lives of tax professionals around the world.

In the Q&A, Weaver discusses his legal career and role as chair of Stinson's Tax Credit and Impact Finance practice group, and the ways tax concepts and provisions intersect with his practice. He also discusses his professional and personal interest in community development and impact finance investments.

"I love helping our clients achieve their business objectives while helping them minimize risk," Weaver said. "My expertise is driven by my clients' desire to make impact-driven financings and include the new markets tax credits program, the historic tax credits program as well as other incentivized or impact-driven loans and investments."

Weaver also shares some of his favorites, including authors, TV shows and the best tax/financial advice he has ever received. "Capitalizing on opportunity is more efficient than creating it," he stated.

Weaver's knowledge of finance and real estate law enables him to structure and close transactions that promote the growth of communities and help clients meet their business objectives. He is committed to understanding the business and impact objectives of his clients, and he engages in creative, practical and efficient problem solving to navigate transactions that generate state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits, state and federal new markets tax credits community development lending, preferred equity, structured finance and clean energy lending initiatives.

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