Alexander J. Callen is an associate in the firm’s Financial Industry, Banking, Consumer Financial Services, FinTech, and Impact and Responsible Investing practices. Mr. Callen works on a variety of regulatory, transactional, and corporate governance matters for Goodwin’s financial services clients.
He advises financial institutions and their holding companies on compliance with regulatory requirements related to mergers and acquisitions, holding company formations and reorganizations, changes of control, mutual-to-stock and stock-to-mutual conversions, interstate offices and branching, trust department and asset management operations, regulatory capital, permissible activities and investments, affiliate and insider transactions, third-party risk management, anti-money laundering rules, examinations, lender licensing, merchant cash advances, factoring arrangements, and consumer protection.
Mr. Callen has worked with insurance companies, securities firms, and other nonbank financial services providers to establish limited purpose trust companies and other nontraditional vehicles for providing fiduciary and asset management services, and he advises banks and trust companies that manage collective investment funds and other commingled pools. Mr. Callen has also worked with the firm’s clients on the delivery of financial products through innovative technology platforms, including mobile applications and marketplace lending arrangements.
Mr. Callen regularly represents clients before federal and state regulatory agencies, including the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and various state bank regulatory agencies.
Mr. Callen supports local entrepreneurs and not-for-profit organizations in a variety of pro bono matters.