Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2001

University of Michigan, B.A., 1998 

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Minnesota
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court District of Minnesota 
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Matthew D. Tomback
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Matt Tomback is a member of the Financial Institutions and Real Estate section, the Bankruptcy practice group and the Private Equity practice group. He practices principally in the areas of:

  • Mezzanine financing
  • Banking and finance
  • Private equity financing
  • Structured finance
  • Asset-based lending
  • Unsecured finance
  • Commercial real estate finance

Matt has extensive experience handling all types of finance matters on behalf of corporate clients in structuring, negotiating and documenting a variety of transactions. Matt concentrates a significant portion of his practice on representation of mezzanine and junior capital funds, including licensed Small Business Investment Company lenders, in subordinated debt and equity investment transactions. He also represents banks and other financial institutions in connection with senior and subordinate credit facilities, mortgage repurchase facilities, real estate loans, asset-based loans and commercial real estate transactions. Matt also regularly represents borrowers in connection with acquisition financing, working capital loans, construction loans and other secured and unsecured financing arrangements with major banks across the country.

Matt regularly represents a preeminent international private equity firm with respect the acquisition of distressed debt and REO property from lenders across the country. He also represents clients in connection with the sale and assignments of mortgage and mezzanine loans, workouts, forbearance arrangements, participations and the review and negotiation of subordination, intercreditor, co-lender and servicing agreements.

In addition, Matt has extensive experience in the New Market Tax Credits (NMTC) program representing community development entities (CDEs), borrowers and investors in structuring and closing NMTC transactions. He also has represented clients in connection with wind energy development projects in Minnesota, North Dakota and Indiana.

Matt practiced several years with a North Carolina law firm before joining Briggs and Morgan. Prior to private practice, Matt served as in-house counsel for an international real estate brokerage and property management company based in New York.

While in law school, Matt was an editor for the Fordham Urban Law Journal.