Acquisition of Community Bank and Formation of Bank Holding Company by Investor Group
Represented the principals of a financial planning and investment management company and other investors in the formation of a bank holding company to acquire and recapitalize a troubled community bank. This included providing counsel on forming the bank holding company, identifying the target, negotiating the acquisition, raising capital, and securing regulatory approvals.
Compliance Programs for Financial Institutions Serving Marijuana-Related Businesses
Represent multiple financial institutions regarding compliance programs for providing banking services to marijuana related businesses.
$57.6 Million Private Equity Sale of Filtered Water Cooler Provider
Served as legal adviser to a private equity firm in the $57.6 million sale of a provider and manufacturer of filtered water coolers and related products.
$34 Million Company Asset Sale
Represented a client in the $34 million sale of client assets and related companies. This was a multi-state transaction of the largest producer and distributor of rubber mulch in the United States.
Bank Acquisition by Mortgage Company
Represented the owner of a mortgage company in its purchase of a distressed community bank in the first acquisition of its kind involving a mortgage company. In order for the purchase to occur, the client had to undergo a corporate reorganization and establish a holding company to own the mortgage company and purchase the bank. As part of the transaction, we were able to gain approval from the Federal Reserve and other bank regulators to allow the client to gradually fold its mortgage operations into the bank over time.
Bank Acquisition with Complicated Regulatory Approval
Represented a banking corporation in its acquisition by a bank holding company after two prior attempts to sell the bank had failed due to regulatory issues. The transaction involved a complicated approval process that included negotiating a consent order with the Federal Reserve. Both the consent order and sale had to be approved by the Federal Reserve Board.