Chapman and Cutler's banking and financial services practice groups represent a wide variety of lending institutions. Our clients include several of the world's largest banks, numerous medium-sized banks, small community banks, finance and mortgage companies, retailers, limited purpose banks, credit unions, and thrift institutions.

Our practice groups fall into five distinct, but complementary, categories:

Chapman lawyers from all of our banking and financial services practice groups work together to meet our clients' legal needs. Representative of the types of commercial credit transactions we regularly handle are syndicated bank credits, asset-based lending transactions, real estate lending and REITs, agribusiness lending, debtor-in-possession financing, asset securitizations, and letters of credit and other credit enhancement transactions.

We also represent banks and other financial services entities with respect to a broad spectrum of consumer-related financial products and services, cash management, payment systems and technology, bank mergers and acquisitions, and all types of bank regulatory and compliance activities.

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