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We represent clients involved in every facet of the financial services industry with a full-service, inventive approach to complex industry issues.

The financial services industry continues to be reshaped by shifts in technology, regulation, and other national and global issues. By understanding this evolution and by keeping abreast of these shifts, we can help you apply innovative and winning strategies, customized to your unique situation.


At Seyfarth, having an understanding of the issues that impact financial institutions is important in an environment fraught with close supervision, regulations, and legal risk. Seyfarth represents clients involved in every facet of the financial services industry with a full-service approach to provide comprehensive advice on complex industry issues. Our collective experience helps navigate the complexities of the industry by developing and implementing strategies that address all legal intricacies, regulations and developments. We stay abreast of emerging legal and business trends and provide proactive advice, apply innovative and winning strategies, and customize our approach to your unique situation.

Our attorneys use their deep industry knowledge to represent investment banks; international integrated financial services companies; broker-dealers; insurance companies; hedge funds and private equity firms; investment advisers; local, regional, national and foreign banks; and venture capital groups. 


We are not only known for delivering exceptional client service and outstanding results, but also for doing so in true partnership with clients through our acclaimed service delivery platform. This innovative approach, which combines our vast legal acumen with process design and robust technology resources, sets us apart in the market. We continually demonstrate and provide value through a clear understanding of client needs and desired outcomes, transparent communication and collaboration, right-sized staffing approaches, and the use of data to drive alternative fees.