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Jill Goldstein Named 2024 BTI Client Service All-Star

News | June 4, 2024


BTI Consulting Group has named Kutak Rock partner Jill Goldstein to its list of 2024 BTI Client Service All-Stars. Jill was selected for her client service related to tax credits and was nominated by a prominent banking company. This is the second time Jill has been selected.

The 2024 BTI Client Service All-Stars, in its 23rd year of publication, singles out the 296 attorneys nationwide that have mastered the art of superior client service. The All-Stars are selected based on in-depth interviews with more than 300 top legal decision makers at large organizations with $700 million or more in revenue and representing 15 industry sectors. The survey participants identify the lawyers, unprompted and by name, as the absolute best at delivering client service.

According to BTI, clients say “Jill always comes through for us, is very responsive, always has a positive attitude and provides high-quality work.”

The BTI Client Service All-Star profile also highlights Jill’s client philosophy: “I genuinely care about helping our clients carry out their jobs on a daily basis. Whether by assisting with a solution to a tricky tax question, finding a way to get a deal to closing while protecting the client’s interest, or summarizing an issue that a client needs to explain to its credit partners—whatever it takes to help them feel supported and make their lives easier at work.”

Jill represents investors and syndicators in the affordable housing industry. Her primary focus is on assisting tax credit investors and syndicators on equity and tax matters on lower-tier investments across the United States, including front-end structuring advice and strategy, negotiating and drafting letters of intent, partnership agreements and other key documentation, and analyzing and solving tax issues. Jill has assisted clients on transactions with any number of different financing sources and structures including projects utilizing income averaging, mixed-income projects, mixed-use projects, mixed-finance public housing projects, tax-exempt bond deals using LIHTC, projects which are financed by a combination of state and federal LIHTC (low-income housing tax credit) and state and federal HTC (historic tax credit) and/or ETC (solar tax credits, 45L credits), HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration projects utilizing LIHTC and projects using a combination of 9% and 4% LIHTCs.