WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 24) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Michael Mancusi has been appointed to a three-year term as Vice Chair of the American Bar Association Banking Law Committee.
The Banking Law Committee offers attorneys of diverse professional backgrounds opportunities to educate themselves and update their knowledge, as well as to exchange ideas and discuss issues regarding the representation of financial institutions. The Committee also provides it’s members a unique opportunity to interact with regulators through discussions at Committee meetings and programs, by developing positions on pending regulatory proposals and through participation in the Committee’s course which involve the regulators as faculty and as students.
For more information about the Banking Law Committee, please visit: http://apps.americanbar.org/dch/committee.cfm?com=CL130000
Mr. Mancusi represents foreign and domestic banking organizations in regulatory, compliance and enforcement matters and has substantial experience representing clients in government and corporate internal investigations. He counsels clients on corporate governance issues and banking organization and structure issues, including the use of bank charters, operating subsidiaries and bank holding companies under the National Bank Act, the Federal Reserve Act, the Bank Holding Company Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, the Bank Merger Act and state banking laws.
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