Steven Plevin leads the firm’s Regulated Financial Institutions team and is a business lawyer with over 35 years of experience in a wide range of business law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, public and private securities offerings and public company practice.
A primary focus of Steven’s practice is in representing financial institution clients in their organization and with respect to initial and subsequent public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance matters and regulatory and regulatory enforcement proceedings.
Steven is also engaged in counseling boards of directors of public companies, in representing clients with respect to continued compliance with federal securities laws, and in the areas of executive compensation, employment agreements and stock plans. He provides corporate counsel to a variety of public and private companies as well as to individuals in the Bay Area and elsewhere in California.
"A Community Bank CEO Looks at Effective Bank Board Committees," America's Community Bankers 2006 Seminar for Presidents, February 2006
“Going Private: The Basics,” America’s Community Bankers 2005 National Compliance and Attorneys Conference, September 2005
“Directors and Hot Regulatory Topics,” Western Independent Bankers Conference, July 2005
“What’s New in Deal Design and Structuring,” Bank Director Magazine Acquire or Be Acquired Conference, 2005.
“Understanding Current Legal and Regulatory Implications for Private Equity Fundraising,” Private Equity Analyst, 2004.