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Matthew O. Page



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Matt’s practice focuses exclusively on public finance matters. His experience extends into all aspects governmental and nonprofit debt finance—including acting as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, and counsel to borrowers, issuers, lenders, remarketing agents, trustees and underwriters—in connection with fixed rate, variable rate and multimodal debt.

As bond counsel, Matt has advised numerous governmental entities—including cities, towns, counties and states, transportation authorities and school, water, fire and wastewater districts—in connection with the issuance of taxable and tax-exempt general obligation (GO) debt for capital and working capital purposes.

Matt also advises on matters involving the issuance of taxable or tax-exempt revenue bonds for governmental purposes or for the benefit of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, such as hospitals and other healthcare entities, secondary schools, colleges and universities.

In addition, Matt has for several years served as program counsel to the Massachusetts state revolving fund in connection with the ongoing administration of its bond-financed drinking water and wastewater loan programs.

He also has significant experience with private-use and other tax law considerations related to establishing and maintaining the tax-exempt status of certain governmental and qualified private activity bonds issued for capital and working capital financings.

Matt began his law career in the public finance department at the Boston office of another firm. While in law school, Matt was elected Editor-in-Chief of the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter—Digest.

Prior to his career in law, Matt was a teacher. He began teaching in western Massachusetts and then served for several years as a math teacher in the Seattle public schools.


  • Boston College (JD)
  • Antioch College (MED)
  • Brown University (BA)

Recognition & Awards

  • Chambers USA: Massachusetts (Associate to Watch) – Banking & Finance: Public Finance (2020)
  • Included on the Massachusetts Super Lawyers: Rising Stars – Government Finance list (2017-2019)

Recent Insights

News & Press


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SOFR So Good! IRS Makes It Easier to Say ‘Goodbye’ to LIBOR

October 10, 2019 | Alert | By Christie Martin, Leonard Weiser-Varon, Matthew O. Page

This alert describes how Proposed Regulations from the IRS will help facilitate an orderly transition from LIBOR, with minimum cost and disruption to the market.
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News & Press

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Mintz served as bond counsel for The Bond Buyer's 2017 Northeast Deal of the Year awarded to the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. The MBTA issued approximately $574 million of subordinated sales tax bonds and notes.



2015 Tax Exempt Bond Compliance Workshop

Treasury Institute for Higher Education

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