Bank Regulatory

strong, focused and on point

Amidst increasingly complex government and regulatory requirements—as well as certain marketplace volatility—clients depend on Maslon's Financial Services Group for skilled guidance on state and federal regulatory issues relating to financial institutions. Our attorneys regularly assist state and national banks, finance companies, and other lenders and loan brokers in a variety of transactions including forming new banking associations, creation of branch offices, amending bank charter provisions, merging national and state banks, and the foreclosure and liquidation of bank stock loans.

We are fluent with the federal Bank Holding Company Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, and related regulations, including bank acquisitions and complex change-of-control matters. Our extensive experience working across sectors enables us to address all aspects of financial services regulation for our clients to help them reduce risk and achieve their goals.

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