Mary Webster is a paralegal in the firm of Briggs and Morgan, Professional Association. Working with the Finance & Restructuring section and the Public Finance group, she assists attorneys primarily in the areas of public and private facilities financing.

As a former public finance investment banker, her experience allows her to assist a variety of clients and fiscal consultants and to work closely with attorneys all bond and note financings.

She is experienced in a wide range of public finance transactions utilizing both taxable and tax-exempt structures, including general obligation bonds and notes, water and electric utility revenue bonds, lease financings, industrial development revenue bonds, exempt facility bonds, housing bonds, tax increment, bond anticipation notes, tax and revenue anticipation notes, and current and advance refundings.

Mary works closely with attorneys in all stages of a financing, often with the attorneys engaged in multiple capacities as bond counsel, lender’s counsel, underwriter’s counsel, issuer’s counsel and borrower’s counsel. Her skills are used extensively in drafting documents, legal research, due diligence, document review, project management, assisting and coordinating closing and post-closing details, and working closely with fiscal consultants on financings

Mary earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in marketing management from the University of St. Thomas College of Business. She has worked in the public finance industry for 15 years.