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For more than 35 years, Lindquist & Vennum has advised financial institutions in mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions and regulatory matters. We regularly represent a broad range of financial services industry clients—including national and regional banks, leasing companies, hedge funds, and superregional financial holding companies.

Our attorneys have helped banks address an array of emerging issues and we have consistently ranked among the top 10 firms nationwide providing legal advice on bank and thrift mergers and acquisitions. Since 2013, Lindquist has been ranked third in the nation and first in the Midwest region for whole bank transactions by SNL Financial.

Among regional firms who focus on financial services matters, Lindquist's attorneys offer the most years of experience and the largest staff of attorneys dedicated to the needs of financial institutions. Clients say our years of service and broad experience give them confidence in the advice we provide.

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