Mario T. Trimble

(303) 292-7764
Partner
(303) 292-7799 Fax
Mario.Trimble@KutakRock.com

Mr. Trimble is a partner in the public finance department of Kutak Rock LLP’s Denver office. He has concentrated his practice in the area of municipal finance in Colorado since 2005, acting primarily as bond counsel and disclosure counsel for various Colorado governments and related entities. Since joining Kutak Rock LLP, Mr. Trimble has represented an average of 30 different Colorado public entities of varying sizes per year on financings ranging in scope from $450,000 to $150,000,000. In addition to his legal experience, he serves as a member of the Executive Council of the Colorado Bar Association. Mr. Trimble is also a member of the board of directors and the executive committee of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness, a Colorado nonprofit corporation dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in the legal profession which has received national and local recognition for its continuing commitment to inclusive excellence. He is currently its Treasurer. With a background in client services, Mr. Trimble’s training and experience have facilitated his effective management of an array of successful municipal bond financings for his clients.

  • Bond Counsel to a county for the issuance of $163 million of refunding and improvement certificates of participation.
  • Bond Counsel to an urban renewal authority in connection with its issuance of $16 million of state sales tax revenue bonds in a first of its kind offering.
  • Bond counsel to a city in issuance of over $22 million of taxable Build America Bonds.
  • Bond counsel to a school district in a $29.5 million offering of general obligation improvement and refunding bonds.
  • Assisted a fire protection district with $30 million of general obligation bonds.
  • Bond counsel to a state in issuance of $150 million of tax and revenue anticipation notes.
  • Assisted a water district with a $29 million bond offering as part of a multi-year finance plan involving approximately $60 million of tax-exempt bonds.
  • Special counsel to a county in connection with $17.5 million of certificates of participation in a lease.
  • Bond counsel to an urban renewal authority in connection with the issuance of over $15 million of taxable and tax-exempt revenue bonds.
  • Special counsel to a municipal water utility in connection with a $25 million loan from the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority.

Publication:

"Tax Reform Proposals Affect Municipal Bonds," CML Newsletter Vol. 38, No. 25, December 14, 2012, Mario T. Trimble, co-author with Matthias M. Edrich.