Robert Lamonica is a member of Pryor Cashman’s Banking and Finance Group and Corporate Group, concentrating on financial institution regulatory matters, merger and acquisition and enforcement actions.
Robert has worked closely with state-chartered banks, national banks, thrifts and bank holding companies in managing regulatory compliance, conducting acquisitions and issuing securities. He regularly counsels financial institutions on compliance and enforcement matters involving federal and state regulatory agencies and has participated in the defense of directors and officers involved in regulatory liability actions.
In the past year, Robert’s financial institution representation included the acquisition of a thrift through a multi-tier holding company, the sale of a majority interest in a national bank and the investigation of a complex fraudulent transaction scheme at a state-chartered bank.
In addition to his financial institution regulatory practice, Robert’s general corporate practice includes private equity investment, securities offerings and corporate formation, finance and governance.
Prior to joining Pryor Cashman, Robert worked as an analyst with the Emory University Endowment where he was responsible for reviewing and tracking investments in private equity partnerships, hedge funds, and real estate investment trusts.
Robert is a 2007 graduate of Emory University School of Law, where he was a member of the Moot Court Society, and the Goizueta Business School, where he earned a Master of Business Administration in finance in addition to his law degree.