Phil Feigen brings a unique perspective to providing general corporate advice, as well as complex business counsel to clients in ever-changing regulatory environments. For more than 20 years, Phil has been providing guidance with respect to Small Business Investment Companies and other Small Business Administrative regulations, federal and state banking laws and federal securities laws.
Phil focuses on helping clients through the SBIC licensing process so that they may realize the benefits of the program and increase the amount of investment dollars they are able to manage in their funds. While he works with funds of all sizes, Phil’s experience has been focused on specialty funds under $300 million.
Phil is recognized as a go-to lawyer for formation and licensing of SBICs, as well as post licensing and transactional regulatory advice. He uses his knowledge of the regulations and relationships with the SBA to guide clients through the process. He also has sophisticated experience representing both private and public financial institutions in corporate transactions, as well as general and complex bank regulatory issues. Phil routinely negotiates with federal and state regulators in order to problem solve significant compliance issues. Phil is experienced in Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, proxy contests, fiduciary duty issues and general SEC registration and ongoing compliance advice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Philip G. Feigen