Emergency Capital Investment Program
Nelson Mullins partners Brennan Ryan and Neil Grayson, along with William Hooper from Alston & Bird, will speak to the National Bankers Association on the Emergency Capital Investment Program ("ECIP") documents that were released by the Treasury earlier this month. The National Bankers Association includes a variety of minority- and women-owned banks and the topic will cover the terms, conditions, and restrictions of the ECIP, which was created to encourage low and moderate income community financial institutions to supplement their efforts to support small businesses and consumers in their communities.
Brennan Ryan practices with the Financial Regulatory and Corporate team at Nelson Mullins where he focuses in banking, corporate, and securities law, with an emphasis in corporate finance-related activities. Brennan has represented numerous banks in pursuing distressed banking transactions during the financial crisis of 2008-2009. He is a frequent speaker regarding financing and strategic transactions in the financial services area.
Neil Grayson is the head of Nelson Mullins' financial institutions corporate and regulatory practice group. Neil has represented financial institutions, fintech companies, and alternative financial services companies. He handles securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance matters, and regulatory matters. Neil is also involved in the unique financial products, such as, income share agreements and pay-for-success programs.
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