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BANKING

 

The Firm provides regulatory compliance and commercial lending advice to state and federally-chartered banks, thrifts, and other financial institutions. As former in-house corporate and regulatory counsel to one of the nation's largest privately-owned financial institutions, Nathan C. Wright knows first hand the complicated business and legal issues that clients face on a daily basis. This kind of in-depth, real-world experience is invaluable when it comes to understanding our client's procedures, risks, and regulatory concerns.

 

Regulatory and Supervisory Matters
Regulatory and Supervisory Matters

The Firm has considerable experience working with federal and state regulatory agencies. We leverage this experience when dealing with federal and state banking regulators on behalf of our clients.

 

Commercial Lending
Commercial Lending

The Firm has extensive experience representing financial institutions in structuring, negotiating and documenting commercial and real estate financing transactions, including acquisition and development financing, construction lending, asset-based lending, purchase money financing, permanent loans, and warehouse lending. We have participated in the financing transactions for high-rise office buildings, master planned communities, shopping centers, hotels, golf courses, mixed-use facilities, and aircraft. We also represent financial institutions in connection with loan workouts and restructurings, non-judicial deed of trust sales, foreclosures and deed-in-lieu of foreclosure transactions.

 

For more information, please call Nathan C. Wright at (520) 512-5444.

 

Wright & Wright PLLC

Office: 520.512.5444

 

 

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