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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

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H Rodgin Cohen

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Work 212-558-4000
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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

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Financial Services Regulation: Banking (Compliance) (Nationwide); Financial Services Regulation: Banking (Enforcement & Investigations) (Nationwide); Financial Services Regulation: Financial Institutions M&A (Nationwide); Corporate/M&A (New York)

Career

Senior Chairman since 2010; Chairman, 2000-2009. A trusted adviser to the financial services industry and to global corporations and their boards of directors. Mr. Cohen provides acquisition, regulatory, enforcement, securities law, corporate governance, shareholder activism and cybersecurity advice to a large number of financial and nonfinancial institutions, both regular clients and as special assignments. He was engaged in most of the major U.S. bank acquisitions and government-sponsored and capital-raising efforts preceding and following the financial crisis. Recently, he has devoted substantial time to regulatory, law enforcement and internal investigations of financial institutions.

Education

Harvard Law (1968); Harvard (1965).


United States: Finance

Financial services regulation

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Rodgin Cohen - Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

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United States: Industry focus

Energy transactions: conventional power

Within: Energy transactions: conventional power

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP’s New York-based team handled a number of deals in Latin America, including Christopher Mann acting for Colbún on its offering of notes due 2027. In the US, the firm’s significant investment bank following ensures that the team regularly acts as financial adviser on big-ticket mergers; Joseph Frumkin and Audra Cohen are acting for Morgan Stanley on Dynegy’s $20bn merger with Vistra Energy, and Stephen Kotran is counsel to Goldman Sachs on Great Plains Energy’s merger with Westar Energy.

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