Chuck brings a wealth of practical and business experience acquired during 40 years of practice to his representation of financial institutions. His clients benefit from his strategic counsel on:
- Regulatory matters
- Mergers and acquisitions – from both the buyer’s and seller’s perspectives
- Branch sales and purchases
- Holding company formation issues
- Access to capital markets through the issuance of stock and debt
- Securities law matters
- Regulatory and compliance issues
An influential practitioner, Chuck was largely responsible for the drafting of Chapter 214 of the Wisconsin Statues governing the formation and operation of state-chartered savings banks.
Chuck is often engaged to speak by groups such as the American Counsel of State Savings Supervisors, Community Bankers of Wisconsin, and America’s Community Bankers. On these occasions, Chuck has addressed a variety of topics ranging from whole bank mergers and acquisitions to bank executive compensation arrangements and employment contracts, from the Community Reinvestment Act to mutual holding companies.