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Andrew Rodman regularly counsels domestic and foreign clients on securities matters, including capital markets transactions and compliance with SEC disclosure and exchange listing rules. He also advises public and private companies on corporate governance matters, acquisitions, dispositions and other general corporate affairs. Mr. Rodman has previously investigated and responded to brokerage sales practice issues and prepared policies and procedures on behalf of several major financial institutions.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Rodman worked on the emerging markets finance desk at Lehman Brothers and at a mutual fund. 


Representative Experience

  • Represented Emerson Electric Co. in its €1 billion offering of two series of notes.
  • Advised London Stock Exchange listed issuers on U.S. securities law matters in primary and secondary ordinary share offerings.
  •  Represented James River Group Holdings, Ltd. in multiple secondary offerings of its common shares with an aggregate value of approximately $520 million.
  • Represented IQVIA Holdings Inc. in a secondary offering of its common stock with a value of $1.2 billion.
  • Advised Greencore Group plc on U.S. securities law matters in connection with its £440 million rights offering.
  • Represented Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. in its $700 million offering of Senior Notes.
  • Represented Reinsurance Group of America Incorporated in its $800 million offering of Fixed-to-Floating Rate Debentures and Senior Notes.
  • Represented SunEdison Semiconductor Limited in a secondary offering of its ordinary shares with a value of $279 million.
  • Represented James River Group Holdings, Ltd. in its IPO.
  • Represented NYSE issuers in their entry into joint ventures in Latin America.
  • Represented Piedmont Community Bank Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of control of Crescent Financial Bancshares, Inc.
  • Represented a NASDAQ issuer in its going private transaction.
  • Represented an NYSE issuer in its offering of preferred stock and simultaneous redemption of a previously outstanding class of preferred stock.