Banking and Finance

In transactional finance, our objective is to listen to our clients’ needs and objectives and then find practical legal solutions that simultaneously protect our clients and allow them to close transactions in an efficient manner. To that end, we do not simply replicate established documentary forms (ours or anyone else’s) if our client’s desired business arrangements do not fit neatly within such cookie-cutter forms. We have the experience both to see the transactions as a whole and not to lose sight of important details.

Consistent with that outlook, and as a corollary of our relatively small size for a law firm in the financial markets that we service, our partners are more involved in the process toward closing than may be customary for many of our clients. We do not regard financial instruments, term sheets, credit documents and the like as assembly line products where “one size fits all;” instead, we strive to properly fit each client and transaction.

The above aspects of our Banking and Finance transactional practice allow our Firm to provide a higher return on investment for our financial institution clients by providing better quality legal work at a comparable, or in many cases, a materially lower cost.

We are nationally known for our experience in financing transactions. Representing financial institutions has been central to the Firm's practice since its founding in 1919. Our attorneys have the breadth of experience essential to negotiate, structure, and document highly complex and varied transactions. For examples of the wide range of services that our banking group provides to our financial institution clients, please read below.

For more information please contact us.

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In transactional finance, our objective is to listen to our clients’ needs and objectives and then find practical legal solutions that simultaneously protect our clients and allow them to close transactions in an efficient manner. To that end, we do not simply replicate established documentary forms (ours or anyone else’s) if our client’s desired business arrangements do not fit neatly within such cookie-cutter forms. We have the experience both to see the transactions as a whole and not to lose sight of important details.

Consistent with that outlook, and as a corollary of our relatively small size for a law firm in the financial markets that we service, our partners are more involved in the process toward closing than may be customary for many of our clients. We do not regard financial instruments, term sheets, credit documents and the like as assembly line products where “one size fits all;” instead, we strive to properly fit each client and transaction.

The above aspects of our Banking and Finance transactional practice allow our Firm to provide a higher return on investment for our financial institution clients by providing better quality legal work at a comparable, or in many cases, a materially lower cost.

We are nationally known for our experience in financing transactions. Representing financial institutions has been central to the Firm's practice since its founding in 1919. Our attorneys have the breadth of experience essential to negotiate, structure, and document highly complex and varied transactions. For examples of the wide range of services that our banking group provides to our financial institution clients, please read below.

For more information please contact us.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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Related Publications