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Jared M. Fishman


Jared M. Fishman

New York +1-212-558-1689 +1-212-558-1689 +1-212-291-9280 +1-212-291-9280
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Jared Fishman is a partner in the Firm’s Financial Services and Capital Markets Groups and co-head of the Firm’s Cybersecurity Practice. His practice is primarily focused on advising banks, broker-dealers, insurance companies and other companies in mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, capital raisings and similar transactions. He also regularly advises clients on a wide range of corporate governance, disclosure and general corporate matters, as well as bank regulatory matters.


  • ABN AMRO Bank N.V. in the sale of its Latin American private banking business to Banco Itaú
  • American Express in its sale of the credit card portfolio related to its co-brand partnership with JetBlue to Barclays Bank Delaware and its sale of the credit card portfolio related to its co-brand partnership with Costco to Citibank
  • American International Group, Inc. in the sale of its 100% interest in United Guaranty Corporation to Arch Capital Group
  • BNP Paribas in the $16.3 billion sale of Bank of the West to BMO Financial
  • BNY Mellon in:
    • Pershing’s acquisition of Optimal Asset Management
    • the merger of BNY and Mellon
    • the swap of its retail and regional middle-market businesses for the corporate trust business of J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
  • Better in its pending merger with Aurora Acquisition, a SPAC, and related PIPE investment
  • Chapdelaine & Co.’s sole owner in the sale of Chapdelaine to Tullett Prebon Americas
  • Chicago Shore Corporation (Delaware Place Bank) in its acquisition by Wintrust Financial
  • Commerce Bancorp in its acquisition by The Toronto-Dominion Bank
  • CRT Capital in its acquisition of the institutional equities business of Sterne Agee
  • Daylight Forensic & Advisory in its sale to Navigant Consulting Group
  • FirstMerit Corporation in its merger with Huntington Bancshares Incorporated
  • Fiserv in its:
    • $650 million acquisition of Finxact
    • acquisition of First Data
  • GETCO Holding Company, LLC in its merger with Knight Capital Group, Inc.
  • HSBC Holdings plc in:
    • the sale of 195 bank branches to First Niagara Financial Group
    • the sale of its U.S. cards and retail services business to Capital One
  • ING Groep N.V. in the sale of ING Bank of Canada to The Bank of Nova Scotia
  • An affiliate of J.C. Flowers & Co. in its acquisition of Banco Santander’s Island Finance consumer lending business in Puerto Rico
  • KCG Holdings, Inc. in:
    • its merger with Virtu Financial
    • its acquisition of Neonet Securities AB
    • its sale of its spot fx ECN, KCG Hotspot, to BATS Global Markets
    • its sale of its futures commission merchant, KCG Futures, to Wedbush Securities
    • its sale of certain assets related to its options market making business to Two Sigma
    • its sale of its NYSE Designated Market Maker (DMM) business to Citadel Securities
  • Ladenburg Thalmann in its merger with Advisor Group
  • MUFG Union Bank in its acquisition of a supply chain finance platform from GE Capital
  • New York Community Bancorp:
    • through its bank subsidiary, Flagstar, in its acquisition of certain assets and assumption of certain liabilities of Signature Bridge Bank from the FDIC
    • in its $2.6 billion acquisition of Flagstar Bancorp, creating a new company with $87 billion in assets
    • in the sale of its residential mortgage banking operations to Freedom Mortgage
  • Ocwen Financial Corporation in its acquisition of PHH Corporation
  • Piper Sandler in its:
    • acquisition of DBO Partners
    • merger with Sandler O'Neill
    • acquisition of The Valence Group
  • Popular, Inc. in the acquisition of certain assets and deposits of Doral Bank from the FDIC in a receivership transaction
  • Regions Financial Corporation in its acquisition of Ascentium and the sale of Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. to Raymond James Financial, Inc.
  • Reinvent Technology Partners Z, a SPAC led by Reid Hoffman, Mark Pincus and Michael Thompson, in its $5 billion acquisition of Hippo Enterprises, under which the combined company will become publicly traded, and the $550 million PIPE in connection with the merger 
  • Shift4 Payments:
    • in its investment in the Series C Preferred Stock of MagicCube
    • as a strategic investor in Sightline Payments, as part of Sightline's $100 million funding round
  • Sterling Bancorp in its merger with Provident New York Bancorp
  • SVB Financial in:
    • its acquisition of Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc.
    • its acquisition of healthcare investment bank Leerink Partners
  • U.S. Bank in:
    • its strategic alliance with State Farm
    • its acquisition of the Chicago-area branches of RBS Citizens
    • the sale of its branches located in Texas to Prosperity Bank
    • the sale of a portfolio student loans
    • the sale of its third party ATM processing for gaming establishments business the sale of its third-party ATM and Debit Servicing Business to Fiserv
Corporate Finance
  • Ally Financial Inc. in its $1.3 billion capital raise and repurchase of its Mandatorily Convertible Preferred securities held by the U.S. Treasury
  • The bank consortium and underwriters in connection with the recapitalization of Ambac Financial Group, Inc.
  • American International Group, Inc. in connection with:
    • its $4 billion syndicated credit facility
    • its financial arrangements with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Department of the Treasury
    • numerous public and private debt and equity offerings
    • an underwritten sale of common stock of Arch Capital Group
  • Amgen Inc. in connection with a $10 billion common stock tender offer
  • CRB Group, the parent company of Cross River Bank, in its $620 million Series D financing
  • The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. and American Express Company in connection with their investments in Carver Bancorp, Inc.
  • Greenhill & Co. in connection with a recapitalization consisting of a new term loan facility and a new revolving credit facility, repayment of Greenhill’s existing bank debt, equity investments by each of the chief executive officer and chairman of Greenhill and share repurchases, including pursuant to two common stock tender offers 
  • KCG Holdings in connection with a private offering of $500 million of senior debt and a $330 million common stock tender offer and its broker-dealer subsidiary, KCG Americas, in connection with a $355 million revolving credit facility
  • M&T Bank Corporation in an underwritten sale of a 22.5% interest in M&T by Allied Irish Banks
  • New York Community Bancorp in an underwritten offering of $500 million of preferred stock
  • Quantlab Investments in connection with a financing facility and equity investment with ETC Global Group
  • Regions Financial Corporation and Regions Bank in connection with numerous public debt and equity offerings, tender offers and exchange offers
  • Regions Financial in numerous fintech investments, including investments in Built Technologies, dv01, LenderPrice, MX and First Performance Global
  • SunTrust Banks, Inc. and SunTrust Bank as designated underwriters counsel in connection with debt and equity issuances
  • SVB Financial Group in connection with:
    • ​​its $2.25 billion aggregate offering of preferred stock and senior notes
    • its $1.0 billion SEC-registered offering of shares
    • various capital markets offerings, including its inaugural issuance of preferred stock
  • Various closed-end mutual funds, including The Tri-Continental Corporation, The New Germany Fund and The European Equity Fund, in connection with various transactions including in-kind and cash tender offers and rights offerings
  • Wachovia Corporation in connection with numerous equity and equity linked note offerings


  • Named “Best in Financial Regulation” in Euromoney’s Americas Rising Star Awards (2018)
  • Awarded “Matter of the year” in in Euromoney’s Americas Rising Star Awards (2018) for his work on AIG’s dual-track sale of United Guaranty
  • Named in the inaugural class of “Next Generation Lawyers”  in the Financial Services Regulation practice area in Legal 500 US 2017
  • Named a “Rising Star” in IFLR1000 (2018-2021)
  • Named a “Rising Star” by New York Super Lawyers (2015-2016)
  • Named in M&A Advisor's  “40 under 40” rankings of top professionals who have reached a significant level of success in their careers under the age of 40 (April 2014)