Marty Meyrowitz has been representing financial institutions and their holding companies for more than 28 years. Mr. Meyrowitz specializes in public and private securities offerings, mutual-to-stock conversions, merger and acquisition transactions, other general corporate and securities matters and executive compensation. He also counsels clients on corporate restructurings, corporate governance practices and bank regulatory compliance issues.
Mr. Meyrowitz has been a speaker on a variety of corporate, securities and banking law topics, including Sarbanes-Oxley, corporate governance policies and procedures, conversions, merger/conversions, mutual holding company conversions and the acquisition of financial institutions. He has overseen and completed hundreds of capital raising, debt financing and merger and acquisition transactions involving financial institutions and other companies, representing billions of dollars in transaction value.
Following law school, Mr. Meyrowitz entered private practice in Washington, D.C., where he was engaged primarily in corporate, real estate and tax law matters. In 1981, he joined the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission, where he served for four years in the Division of Corporation Finance, including two years as special counsel of the Office of International Corporate Finance.