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Carrie Cecil and Amy King Condaras will serve as Members in the Charleston office

Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) public finance practice group continues to grow with the addition of Carrie Cecil and Amy King Condaras. The two will serve as Members in the firm’s Charleston, WV office. Cecil and Condaras have nearly 25 years of combined experience working with West Virginia public finance clients.

Condaras previously served as the chair of a private firm’s corporate department. She applies her knowledge as a certified public accountant in West Virginia to her public finance work, which includes tax-exempt and taxable financings for governmental entities and 501(c)(3) organizations and post-issuance tax and securities compliance. She also advises on economic development incentive programs and commercial lending transactions, including acquisition, asset-based and leverage financings. Condaras is a graduate of Washington and Lee University School of Law.

Cecil has served as bond, issuer’s, underwriter’s, bank or purchaser’s and disclosure counsel in municipal finance transactions. Her experience includes tax increment financings and tax abatement structures. She works with clients to prepare post-issuance compliance procedures for issuers and borrowers of tax-exempt bonds and assists with post-issuance contract review. Cecil is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

“Amy and Carrie will expand our public finance abilities as a firm and enhance our ability to serve clients across the state of West Virginia,” says Charleston Member-in-Charge Carte Goodwin. “Adding influential leaders who understand the needs of our West Virginia clients is an important step toward increasing our capabilities and continuing to grow our team here.”

In addition to Condaras and Cecil, FBT added public finance attorney Laura Thielmann in the firm’s Cincinnati office earlier this year. FBT provides nation-wide state and local government bond counsel assisting investment bankers with creative, cost-effective taxable and tax-exempt financing options.