Mayer Brown’s Financial Institutions M&A practice counsels on transactions involving the world’s largest banks and savings institutions, insurance companies, broker-dealers, asset managers and finance companies. We handle matters ranging in size and complexity from small- and mid-size transactions within a single national or regional market to multibillion dollar cross-border transactions. We consider our greatest strength to be the attention, care and partner-led service we give, regardless of the size of the deal.
Our Financial Institutions M&A practice operates across the globe, with lawyers throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe, as well as an established network of local counsel and alliance firms. This reach provides our clients a significant advantage in structuring and negotiating local, national and international transactions.
Our Financial Institutions M&A practice works closely with the firm’s Banking and Finance practice, and provides our clients with the financial products and transaction experiences that are central to financial institutions.
Our Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement practice includes many former government officials who have worked on regulatory and strategic matters for financial institutions ranging from community banks and thrifts to the world’s largest global financial organizations. Our experience with the major financial regulatory schemes worldwide, coupled with our professional relationships with key state, federal and international regulators, are among the most important assets we offer to our clients.
What You Can Expect From Us
- Deep financial institution M&A experience
- Resources in the legal disciplines that are key to business combinations, including capital markets, tax, business and technology sourcing, real estate, antitrust, executive compensation and insolvency lawyers
- Team members with a thorough understanding of the underlying financial products and services of financial institutions, including the structures, risks and regulatory issues related to these financial products and services
- Substantial financial service regulatory experience and strong relationships with financial regulatory agencies in the Americas, Asia, Europe and other jurisdictions, as well as with all types of banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions