Tax Attorney, BMO Shareholder
18 Years of Arbitrage Experience
Will became an associate in the tax department of Bryant Miller Olive in 2011. This followed four years as an arbitrage consultant with Ernst & Young and Integrity Public Finance Consulting and three years at the University of Florida School of Law. Will underwent extensive training at Ernst & Young to gain knowledge of debt and investment structures, calculation methodologies and the arbitrage regulations. He served as a project director and client manager full-time from 2004 – 2008 during which time he performed hundreds of computations, gravitating particularly towards complex matters requiring extensive analysis. In 2008 Will decided to pursue a degree in law with a specialty in Section 103 Tax. He attended the University of Florida full-time from 2008-2011 while additionally working part-time for both Integrity and Bryant Miller Olive. Will’s unique experience as both an arbitrage analyst and tax attorney give him a perspective on bond issuances which will provide great value to his clients.
Will is a member of the National Association of Bond Lawyers and has served as a panelist and speaker on arbitrage and compliance at conferences of the National Association of Bond Lawyers, the Government Finance Officers Association and the Florida Government Finance Officers Association. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Finance from Transylvania University and a J.D. from the University of Florida School of Law.