Jessica Zaiger is committed to diligently representing health care and other nonprofit organizations and assisting them with their financing needs. From complex tax-exempt and taxable financing transactions to routine compliance matters, Jessica is poised to provide guidance and advice. She joined Polsinelli because of its commitment to participants in the health care and nonprofit sectors, as well as its strong relationship with health care and nonprofit organizations across the nation. Jessica is dedicated to contributing to these relationships by providing valuable counsel on a wide variety of financing matters.

Jessica’s experience includes serving as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, issuer's counsel, borrower's counsel, and bank counsel on more than 125 issues totaling over $15 billion. She has also represented clients in connection with the negotiation of commercial credit arrangements and counseling, as well as post-issuance compliance matters. In addition, her experience includes providing guidance on tax-exempt compliance requirements, secondary market disclosures, "remedial actions" for changes in use of bond financed facilities, and information reporting for the IRS Form 990, Schedule K.

Jessica also has significant experience representing lenders in financing transactions for senior living / long-term care providers. Her experience includes secured and unsecured revolving lines of credit, real-estate secured term loans, bridge-to-HUD loans and construction loans aggregating more than $200 million.
  • Member of a team acting as bond counsel and borrower’s counsel on the issuance of $1.5 billion of taxable bonds for a national health care provider.
  • Member of a team acting as underwriter’s counsel on more than $200 million of tax-exempt bonds through three different issuers for a regional health care provider.
  • Member of a team acting as bond counsel and borrower’s counsel on the issuance of more than $800 million of tax-exempt bonds, through three different issuers, including fixed rate, variable rate, and direct purchase components for a national health care provider.