Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Gary Bronstein Featured Speaker at Bank Director’s 21st Annual Acquire or Be Acquired Conference
WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 20) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Gary Bronstein will be a featured speaker at the Bank Director’s 21st Annual Acquire or Be Acquired Conference, which will be held January 25 - 27 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Widely regarded as one of the banking industry’s premier M&A conferences, Bank Director’s 21st annual Acquire or Be Acquired Conference will focus on banks seeking to make deals – many as a buyer, some as sellers.
Mr. Bronstein will join other industry leaders on a panel titled, “What Matters Most: Size, Profitability or Something Else?” The session will address the question, “What matters most?” to see what it takes to build strong franchises.
Mr. Bronstein is a Team Leader of the firm's Financial Services team. He provides a broad spectrum of strategic advice to financial institution and public company clients. Mr. Bronstein 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.
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