Butler Snow LLP is pleased to announce the firm has moved up in multiple categories in the annual S&P Global Market Intelligence Bank & Thrift M&A Legal Advisor Rankings. Butler Snow vaulted from No. 44 (2016) to No. 13 (2017) in the rankings based on number of deals (seven), and also moved up 25 spots based on deal value ($175 million). The firm also moved up in the branch transaction rankings on both a total deposits and number of deals basis.
“We are excited about our upward movement in the S&P rankings, a valuable barometer of the firm’s expertise and capabilities in the financial institutions M&A space” said Don Clark, Jr., chairman, Butler Snow LLP. “It only further highlights the expertise of our banking and financial services attorneys and their commitment to success for our clients.”
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Butler Snow business and regulatory attorneys assist financial institutions with a wide range of corporate and securities matters such as mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings of both public and private debt and equity, capital formation, corporate governance, SEC registration, and state and federal securities compliance issues. In addition, the firm frequently assists publicly-held companies with their directors, officers, and principal shareholders with their SEC periodic reporting requirements, compliance with the Section 16 insider trading rules, and resales of restricted stock.
Butler Snow’s banking, legal and professional teams provide clients with business insights backed by a wide range of legal, business, and regulatory expertise. Core members of the firm’s banking team are focused on finding practical solutions to the corporate, securities, and regulatory issues that are unique to financial institutions.