Greg Omer has more than 25 years of experience in banking and corporate law.
With a background that includes both government and in-house experience, Greg has extensive knowledge of a variety of banking and corporate issues, including regulatory issues and applications; interstate banking; cybersecurity; mergers and acquisitions; issues relating to anti-money laundering; and examination, supervisory and enforcement matters.
He has represented clients ranging from nationwide banking organizations to regional and community banks, along with other financial services companies. Greg is also experienced in drafting legislation and regulations.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Greg was general counsel and executive vice president at a regional bank holding company. He was also previously a partner at two major nationwide law firms and served as chief counsel for the Missouri Division of Finance, the state bank regulatory authority in Missouri.
- Duke University (J.D., 1990)
- University of Missouri-Columbia (B.J., magna cum laude, 1987)
- The Missouri Bar (1990-present)
- American Bar Association
- State Banking Law Developments Subcommittee (Chair, 2018-2021; Vice Chair, 2016-2018)
- Missouri Bank Regulatory Reform Task Force (Chair, 2017-2019)
- Missouri Bankers Association
- Legal Advisory Board (Chair, 2016-2017; Vice Chair, 2015-2016; Board Member, 2002-2010, 2015-present)
- Government Relations/Regulatory Affairs Committee (Vice Chair, 2021-present; Advisory Member, 2012-2016)
- Conference of State Bank Supervisors
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Bailey Youth Enrichment Foundation (Legal Advisor, 2010-2019)
- Washington Youth Basketball Club (2004-2009)
- In-House Counsel Award, Missouri Lawyers Media (2020)
- The Best Lawyers in America® (2007-2019)