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Our Banking practice provides a variety of services to financial institutions. Our attorneys’ years of experience in the industry allow us to serve clients effectively and efficiently. Our scope of services includes representing clients with respect to:

  • Acquisition and sale of community banks and bank holding companies
  • Purchasing and selling branch banking offices
  • Assisting with raising capital
  • Complying with regulatory requirements
  • Negotiation in informal and formal enforcement actions by regulators
  • Converting institutions from national to state banks
  • Reorganizing holding companies, including the transition to Subchapter S status
  • Forming new community banks
  • Holding company loans
  • Drafting and revising loan participation agreements
  • Responding to civil money penalty proceedings

Our Banking attorneys who provide these services come from a variety of legal disciplines, including lawyers well-versed in banking regulations, mergers and acquisitions, and securities offerings.


Our work in this practice crosses over to the following industries:
Contact one of our Banking Attorneys today.

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