Nathan S. Brownback is a financial institutions and banking associate resident in Fried Frank's Washington, DC office. He joined the Firm in 2017.
Mr. Brownback's practice focuses on the regulation of domestic and foreign banks, with particular emphasis on the regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act, including the Volcker Rule. He also advises on matters related to fintech, commercial lending, bank holding company regulation, bank affiliate transactions, and merchant banking rules.
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Mr. Brownback served as a financial institutions and banking associate for a major international law firm. During this time, he advised on bank regulatory topics including the Volcker Rule and bank resolution planning (“living wills”), as well as on the regulation of private equity advisers and others under the Investment Advisers Act. He also served as a law clerk for Judge Richard T. Morrison on the U.S. Tax Court.
Prior to receiving his law degree, Mr. Brownback was an economic research analyst, first in the private sector and subsequently for a regional Federal Reserve Bank.
Bar Admissions/Licensed Jurisdictions
District of Columbia; New York