Norton Rose Fulbright announced that Michael G. Keeley, a corporate and regulatory banking lawyer, joined its Dallas office as a partner. Keeley comes from Hunton & Williams, where he was a partner, focusing on banking, corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on M&A and corporate governance.
Daryl Lansdale, U.S. head of Business Law, Norton Rose Fulbright, commented, “Mike’s corporate governance experience will benefit our financial institutions clients by providing guidance on compliance, committee structures and shareholder issues.”
Linda Addison, U.S. managing partner, Norton Rose Fulbright, said
“Mike’s banking background and corporate transactions experience will be an asset to our clients in the financial institutions sector. The legal environment surrounding financial institutions is a complex, evolving one, and Mike’s knowledge will enhance our ability to service our clients.”
Keeley, whose clients include community banks, multibillion dollar public entities and investment banks, said, “Norton Rose Fulbright is home to an outstanding group of respected corporate and securities lawyers practicing in the world’s leading financial centers. I look forward to collaborating with them and assisting clients both locally and globally.”