Banking & Financial Services Law
Legal Services for Banks and Financial Institutions
Because of their impact on the economy, there are several local, state, and federal rules and regulations that govern US financial institutions. These regulations deal with everything from customer disputes and complaints against a bank to complex litigation between domestic and foreign institutions. Complying with such a vast number of regulations requires expertise in this practice area at the highest level.
The banking law attorneys at Dickinson, Mackaman, Tyler & Hagen, P.C. counsel more than 90 financial institutions doing business in Iowa. We have one of the largest teams of financial attorneys in Iowa, providing exceptional legal services to both state and local banks. This collected experience has made Dickinson a top choice as a law firm for banking in Des Moines, a hot spot in the United States for the financial services industry.
More specifically, we offer banking law assistance with everything from banking mergers to creditor's rights. Our firm offers comprehensive legal services for banks and financial service providers, covering a wide range of common legal issues.
The areas of expertise our banking attorneys in Des Moines are able to provide includes:
loan documentation and collection
state and federal regulatory compliance services
bank mergers and acquisitions
branch sales and purchases
buy-sell and shareholder agreements
bank capital raising
succession and strategic planning
new products and services
cash management agreements
enforcement actions and litigation in state and federal court
representation for bankruptcy cases
At Dickinson Law Firm, we strive to anticipate the future needs of Iowa's financial and banking institutions. Our Iowa banking attorneys are committed to staying up to date with banking law industry developments and communicating relevant legal advice to our clients. Our priority is to remain a dependable law firm that provides valuable real-world experience for those in the banking industry.
Dickinson's Banking Law Group is led by Howard Hagen, who formerly served as general counsel to the Iowa Division of Banking. Howard currently serves as general counsel to the Community Bankers of Iowa. Howard’s extensive experience has made him an expert in the laws and regulations surrounding the banking and financial services industry.
As the Senior Audit and Compliance Manager, Jeff Jungman helps clients understand the nuances of bank compliance and regulatory matters. Jeff has more than 20 years' experience as a bank regulator and holds the following certifications:
- American Bankers Association - Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager
- Independent Community Bankers of America - Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer
- The SBS Institute - Certified Community Banking Security Professional
- Conference of State Bank Supervisors - Certified Examinations Manager
- Bank Administration Institute - Certified Bank Auditor
- Fiduciary Training Institute - Certified Fiduciary Audit Professional
- West Des Moines Police Department - Certified Reserve Peace Officer
Jeff worked for 12 years as a banking lawyer in Iowa at Bankers Trust, Iowa's largest independent community bank. During his time there he maintained compliance, loan review programs and regulation adherence, accountability, monitoring, and training. This vast experience in financial services law has helped to make Jeff one of Iowas’ premier lawyers for bankers.
Before joining Bankers Trust in 2004, Jeff served as Chief Bank Examiner for the state of North Dakota for three years. Jeff also served as Market President for a regional bank in Colorado. Additionally, he worked as an assistant to the Superintendent of Banking for the state of Iowa for 17 years. Read more about Jeff here.
If you’re a financial institution looking for counsel, contact us today!
Howard O. Hagen
Jeffrey G. Baxter
Joseph M. Borg
Benjamin D. Bruner
David B. Gonzales
Bradley R. Kruse
John E. Lande
Richard A. Malm
Bryan P. O'Neill
Mollie M. Pawlosky
Amy D. Plummer
William M. Reasoner
David M. Repp
Melissa A. Schilling
William B. Serangeli
Paul R. Tyler
David L. Wetsch
Mary A. Zambreno
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