Ned Hogan and Sunjeet S. Gill Speak at New Jersey Bankers Association Senior Management Conference

READING, PA, September 27, 2019 – Stevens & Lee Shareholder Ned Hogan and Sunjeet Gill presented at the New Jersey Bankers Association Senior Management Conference held in Atlantic City, NJ, on September 24, 2019.

Messrs. Hogan, Gill and Grover jointly presented, “Mechanics of Selling to (and Buying) Credit Unions,” to members of the New Jersey Bankers Association, where they delivered case studies of recent acquisitions of banks by credit unions and explored rare acquisitions of credit unions by banks and the potential for transactions of this kind in the future.

Mr. Hogan represents financial institutions and other companies in connection with public offerings and private placements of securities, mergers and acquisitions and ongoing regulatory requirements under banking and securities laws, as well as general corporate and shareholder matters.

He has advised start-up (de novo) banks and their organizers on formation and organization matters, obtaining the necessary regulatory approvals and raising initial capital. He also has represented both banks and insurance companies in their conversions from mutual to stock form. He has served as both issuer’s and underwriter’s counsel in initial and secondary public offerings and in private placements of equity. He has served as counsel to both the acquirer and the acquired company in mergers and other change-in-control transactions. He has also represented several public companies in connection with the spin-off of a subsidiary to the company’s shareholders to create a new publicly held company. Mr. Hogan has also assisted multiple banks and thrifts with the formation of their holding companies.

Mr. Hogan holds a J.D., from Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University and a B.A., magna cum laude, from LaSalle University.

Mr. Gill focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, securities offerings and similar transactions for clients in various industries. In recent years, he has focused on matters involving financial services/technology, energy, manufacturing and retail-facing companies. He represents business enterprises, investment banking firms, financial sponsors, executives, shareholders, boards of directors and special board committees in their capacities as purchasers, sellers, borrowers, lenders and financial advisors.

He also assists clients with mutual-to-stock conversions, equity and debt capital market transactions, such as initial public offerings, SEC-registered secondary offerings, private placements, registered and exempt debt issuances and alternative risk transfer transactions.

He holds a J.D. from Santa Clara University Law School and a B.A. from Georgetown University.