Attorneys in Phillips Murrah’s Financial Institutions Practice Group are renowned for their experience and a deep understanding of the rapidly evolving financial services market. As respected counselors to banking and financial services institutions, our attorneys regularly advise and represent our clients in federal and state courts and in administrative proceedings before regulating agencies in virtually every type of investigation or dispute that might arise in the financial services industry.
Phillips Murrah represents commercial banks, insurance companies, public and private pension funds, public authorities, investment and merchant banking firms, private investment funds and other institutional lenders and investors, as well as borrowers and issuers of securities, in a wide range of financing transactions.
Regulatory & Compliance
Our attorneys are experienced in navigating the state and federal regulatory environments in which banks and other financial institutions operate. Phillips Murrah advises clients on state and federal regulatory compliance for consumer sale, loan and lease documentation, acquisitions, e-commerce, insurance, licensing, underwriting, and other related issues.
We represent a broad array of clients, including:
- Federal and state banks
- Credit unions
- Mortgage companies
- Mortgage bankers
- Insurance companies
- Securities firms
- Automotive and consumer finance companies
- Installment lenders
- Deferred deposit lenders
- Consumer forms providers
- Other leaders in the consumer financial service industry
Financial Institutions Litigation
Our attorneys have an extensive history of helping our banking and financial services clients solve problems, resolve disputes, and assess the legal hazards related to financial products and M&A transactions.
As respected counselors to banking and financial services institutions, our attorneys regularly advise and represent our clients in federal and state courts and in administrative proceedings before regulating agencies in virtually every type of investigation or dispute that might arise in the financial services industry, including representing clients before the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Office of Thrift Supervision, the National Credit Union Administration and the Oklahoma State Banking Department.