Suzanne S. Mayes, a partner in the Public Finance Department of Saul Ewing LLP, last month hosted Ladies First: 2nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Women's Public Finance Forum at the Rittenhouse in Philadelphia.
The forum was sponsored by Saul Ewing and was attended by prominent women in the public finance industry, including bankers, financial advisers, issuers and borrowers of municipal debt, bond insurers, trustees and lawyers.
'This conference is a wonderful opportunity for women - public finance information, professionals to network and exchange information,' Ms. Mayes said. 'We provided attendees with substantive education on current public finance issues that impact the work we do every day.'
Ms. Mayes concentrates here practice in municipal finance and project finance law, including economic development, single and multi-family and senior housing, transportation, government, and education. She serves as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel, borrower's counsel, and special counsel to a variety of clients in the implementation and financing of major capital projects and debt refinancing for public, for-profit and nonprofit entities.