The reach of the Senate Banking and the House Financial Services committees extends to almost every aspect of business today. Leading companies turn to Brownstein’s Financial Services Group, a Capitol Hill-savvy team of attorneys and policy advisors, to represent their interests before these two bodies.
Our group has experience managing all types of financial issues in Congress for diverse businesses around the globe, whether it’s matters related to private equity, hedge funds, broader commercial banking interests, insurance, CFIUS filings, transactional transparency, regulation, wire remittance, gaming or even the technologies used by the industry to safe guard its systems.
In addition to representing financial services clients before Congress, we have lobbied the Executive Branch and relevant financial services regulatory agencies. We also have helped clients establish related trade associations and assisted them with developing materials for media campaigns. We collaborate with the firm’s corporate attorneys to provide counsel and advice on mergers and acquisitions and other business combinations, institutional investment, securitization and other lending transactions, as well as general government enforcement matters. Members of both our Financial Services and Litigation groups also assist clients that are subject to Congressional investigation.
Our work also involves helping financial services companies execute regulatory and legislative strategies in both Washington, DC, and at the state and local levels—including representing leaders such as the Apollo Management, Western Union and Genworth Financial.