With the passage of the Financial Center Redevelopment Act in 1981 and the Bank Insurance Powers Act in 1995, Delaware has developed and maintained a reputation for excellence in the financial services community. Our firm is noted for its bank regulatory practice, which represents clients before federal and state bank regulatory agencies. We also represent numerous financial institutions before the Delaware General Assembly.
Our attorneys represent national banks, state-chartered banks, federal and state-chartered thrifts, as well as licensed lenders such as mortgage bankers, brokers and consumer finance lenders. We help clients structure transactions and navigate the complexities of the regulatory approval process. Our attorneys offer advice to clients regarding business practices, with a particular sensitivity to compliance considerations. We also provide our financial services clients with opinions of counsel on issues involving Delaware law.