Fabian Walters concentrates his practice on public finance and corporate law. He has represented clients in the finance, real estate, health care, technology, transportation, and retail industries, as well as nonprofits and local government entities.
He has significant experience advising on public finance transactions involving tax-exempt and taxable debt, infrastructure and real estate transactions, affordable housing and community development finance, and other complex finance transactions in which he counsels issuers, banks, other institutional lenders, developers, and public and private borrowers.
In addition, Fabian has extensive experience with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules and regulations, as well as general corporate advice. He has also assisted nonprofit and faith-based organizations, foundations, and professional associations with all of their legal needs, from formation to ongoing governance counsel.
Fabian is a former board member of Itineris, a nonprofit that serves adults on the autism spectrum in the Baltimore region. He is also a former board member of the Monumental City Bar Foundation. It is the philanthropic arm of the Monumental City Bar Association, which has a long history of advocating for African American attorneys and interests in Baltimore.