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Financial Institutions Partner Gregory Parisi Joins Troutman Sanders in DC


Washington, D.C. – Gregory “Greg” Parisi has joined Troutman Sanders LLP as a partner in the firm’s Financial Institutions practice in Washington, D.C. He comes to the firm after nearly 20 years with Hogan Lovells.

Parisi’s practice focuses on capital markets transactions, mergers and acquisitions, securities law and exchange compliance, FinTech, corporate governance and commercial matters. He has considerable bank regulatory expertise, often advising both public and private clients in the financial services industry, including both issuers and underwriters in securities offerings.

“Greg has an impressive practice that caters to financial institutions,” said Mason Bayler, chair of the firm’s Corporate department. “Clients benefit from both his broad corporate and transactional experience and his robust knowledge of bank regulatory issues.”

“We are pleased to welcome Greg – who has nearly two decades of legal experience – to our growing team,” said Chad Stackhouse, managing partner of the firm’s D.C. office. “His addition expands our financial institutions footprint in D.C. and allows us to continue to provide the highest client care.”

Since March 2018, Troutman Sanders has added five partners in D.C., including William C. O'Neill, Leslie Davis, Michael T. Carolan (Litigation, Insurance and Reinsurance), Chuck Sensiba (Hydropower), and Parisi (Financial Institutions).

The firm’s Financial Institutions practice is focused on providing comprehensive and business-oriented guidance to financial institutions and has a long history of counseling clients through their most critical issues, including mergers and acquisitions, public and private offerings, de novo formations, securities reporting, corporate governance and regulatory compliance and negotiations. The practice has been recognized by several industry authorities and most recently received a National Tier 1 Ranking for Banking and Finance Law from U.S. News.

“Troutman Sanders has a reputation for providing superior client care. This dedication to clients as well as attorneys’ complementary practices attracted me to the firm,” Parisi said.

Parisi received his J.D. from Georgetown University and bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond.

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