Nelson Mullins Climbs the Ladder Yet Again in S&P Global Market Intelligence League Tables
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough has been ranked the No. 6 top financial adviser in bank mergers and acquisitions deal values in the 2021 S&P Global Market Intelligence League Tables for the United States Banking industry. The firm has closed around $2 billion worth merger deals involving financial institutions.
"Our financial services group has worked extremely hard this year and we are delighted to be recognized in the rankings for our M&A work so far in 2021," said Neil Grayson, head of the firm's Financial Institutions Corporate & Regulatory practice group. "The rankings display the practice group's advancement throughout the years and the growth of our footprint across the country."
Brennan Ryan, who returned to the firm in 2018 from Chemical Bank and TCF Bank, led a number of these deals. “The experience I gained in working with Chemical Bank and TCF Bank greatly assisted our practical advisory services and I also credit the market right now," Ryan said. "We have several more in the works and look forward to successful completion of those."
Nelson Mullins’ Financial Institutions Corporate & Regulatory group assists companies who are seeking to make an acquisition, go public or private, or raise capital; address enforcement, licensing, operational, or other regulatory issues; develop new products or business strategies; adopt or update corporate governance policies or procedures; and manage conflicts of interest, related party transactions, executive compensation matters, shareholder issues, or internal investigations. The practice has expanded to both Nashville and Denver offices acquiring many experienced professionals that contribute to the team's success.
Established in 1897, Nelson Mullins is an Am Law 100 firm that has more than 800 attorneys and government relations professionals with offices in 11 states and Washington, DC. For more information on the firm, go to www.nelsonmullins.com.
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