Aaron Kaslow focuses his practice on corporate and securities matters, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory matters for financial institutions. He also regularly advises on the formation of captive insurance companies, risk retention groups and other alternative risk transfer arrangements.
Mr. Kaslow’s securities practice includes serving as counsel for both issuers and underwriters in public and private offerings of debt and equity securities and counseling clients on disclosure and other requirements under the federal securities laws. He has represented numerous mutual savings associations in their conversion to stock form or formation of a mutual holding company and related public offerings.
Mr. Kaslow has extensive experience in a wide variety of business combinations, including mergers, stock purchases and asset transfers, representing both public and private companies. He has worked on many transactions in the financial services industry and has significant knowledge of the regulatory aspects of such transactions.
Mr. Kaslow also advises boards of directors on banking regulatory issues, public disclosure obligations and corporate governance matters.
Mr. Kaslow has extensive experience in the formation and operation of captive insurance companies and risk retention groups. Drawing on his corporate and securities background, he works with captive owners and managers on all aspects of structure, capitalization and corporate governance.