Kilpatrick Stockton’s Gary Bronstein to Lead Panel at 2010 Financial Services Symposium

WASHINGTON, DC (January 29) – Law Firm News Service – Kilpatrick Stockton announced today that Gary R. Bronstein, Partner in the firm’s Financial Institutions Team, will lead a panel at Sterne Agee’s 5th Annual Financial Services Symposium at The Peabody in Orlando, Florida on February 9 – 10. The conference will bring together approximately 100 top banks and almost 40o leading institutional investors from across the country. Mr. Bronstein will lead a “Mutual Holding Company” panel made up of three top executives of leading financial institutions.

Mr. Bronstein is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He provides a broad spectrum of strategic advice to financial institution and public company clients. He concentrates on initial public offerings and other specialized public and private capital raising transactions, mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests and a host of other corporate and securities law matters that arise during the life of clients.

Mr. Bronstein has had extensive experience with financial institution enforcement cases creating resolution strategies, negotiating settlements and leading internal investigations. He also provides counsel on corporate governance for clients that have been the subject of enforcement proceedings and public company clients.

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About Sterne Agee
Founded in 1901, Sterne Agee has been providing key investment opportunities for over a century. They offer clients all the advantages of a full-service firm, yet retain the flexibility and personal attention that are rarely found in the huge names. Sterne Agee’s expertise includes retail and institutional brokerage; investment banking and underwriting; secondary trading of corporate, municipal, and government securities; and market making in over-the-
counter stocks.

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