OUR Practice
Stradley Ronon’s banking practice comprises experienced lawyers who take a pragmatic, efficient and results-oriented approach to representing and assisting banks and other financial services providers. Our financial services team counsels clients in connection with complex and challenging regulatory, consumer, corporate governance, litigation, securities and transactional matters.

Banking Chambers USA 2016

OUR Experience
The clients that rely upon our banking & financial services attorneys include regional and superregional banks, community banks and thrifts, credit unions, mortgage lenders and brokers, and other financial services providers. We have also served as special counsel to national industry associations and various state organizations with respect to banking-related matters.

YOUR Issues
The foundation of our banking practice is its recognized capability to advise and assist clients in all aspects of their legal operations – from evaluating and aiding a client’s regulatory compliance to assisting with potential transactions. We regularly advise clients on:

Bank Regulatory, Legal & Compliance Matters

  • Participating extensively in the representation of our clients before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Federal Reserve, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Office of Thrift Supervision, National Credit Union Administration and Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as many state banking, insurance, securities and other regulatory agencies.
  • Handling supervisory enforcement actions, regulatory applications, interpretation and application of federal and state law, and providing analyses and commentary on regulations proposed by federal and state regulators.
  • Preparing and reviewing compliance and other risk management manuals and procedures with respect to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and anti-money laundering and Office of Foreign Assets Control regulations.
  • Conducting compliance audits and creating compliance and training programs for applicable personnel.


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