Charles Aster and Michael Attaway of Texas law firm Kane Russell Coleman Logan will present at the Texas Association of Bank Counsel’s 42nd Annual Convention on September 20th and September 21st. The conference is organized by and for attorneys who represent financial service providers, state and national banks, and savings banks, and will educate attendees on a variety of legislative and current day issues impacting the financial services industry. The two-day event will be hosted at the Omni La Mansion Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas.
Michael Attaway will present on Thursday, September 20th at 11:15 AM. His presentation, titled “The End of LIBOR: What It Means for Lenders,” addresses the implications of phasing out the London Interbank Offered Rate. Michael represents financial institutions, credit funds and borrowers in connection with structuring, drafting and negotiating loan documentation for real estate transactions, asset-based financing, and other secured credit facilities.
Charles Aster will present “Flood Insurance and Repair/Rebuild” at 12:30 PM on Friday, September 21st. Charles is a director who practices in the firm’s Dallas office. He advises both foreign and US clients on the development and financing of major office, retail, hotel, and residential projects throughout North America. He also leads the KRCL China Practice Group, representing Chinese entities in transactions in the United States.
“Michael and I are excited and honored to be included as speakers at the annual TABC convention this year,” said Charles Aster. “Both of us are eager to share what we’ve learned on these topics over the past few years with our colleagues. We know these topics and our insights are of real value to those who represent banks and financial institutions.”
Founded in 1976, Texas Association of Bank Counsel (“TABC”) educates Texas lawyers who focus a substantial part of their practice on the representation of banks and other financial institutions. According to the organization, “TABC members are encouraged to exchange information on transactional techniques and developments in the law, and to share ideas and concerns to enhance the knowledge and improve the skills of TABC counsel.”