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Samer A. Roshdy

Associate

Atlantic Station
201 17th Street NW
Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30363
samer.roshdy@nelsonmullins.com

Samer Roshdy concentrates his practice on corporate and financial regulatory matters. Mr. Roshdy advises depository institutions, bank holding companies, FinTech companies, and non-bank financial services companies on a wide range of regulatory, risk management, and compliance issues. His work frequently revolves around assisting financial institutions, corporate end-users, and other market participants with regulatory compliance matters...

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Samer Roshdy concentrates his practice on corporate and financial regulatory matters. Mr. Roshdy advises depository institutions, bank holding companies, FinTech companies, and non-bank financial services companies on a wide range of regulatory, risk management, and compliance issues. His work frequently revolves around assisting financial institutions, corporate end-users, and other market participants with regulatory compliance matters under the Dodd-Frank Act, Bank Holding Company Act, and Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act, as well as with respect to other FRB, FDIC, OCC, CFPB, and prudential regulatory matters.

In addition to his regulatory work, Mr. Roshdy maintains a transactional practice where he counsels clients on a variety of issues regarding financial technology partnerships, third-party vendor management, hybrid bank/non-bank partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions.

Prior to joining Nelson Mullins, Mr. Roshdy worked as a legal intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta where he worked extensively on the Federal Reserve’s technology and payment initiatives. His experience at the Federal Reserve, which included collaborating with the supervision and regulation groups, allows him to bring an additional perspective to corporate and financial regulatory legal services.

under the Dodd-Frank Act, Bank Holding Company Act, and Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act, as well as with respect to other FRB, FDIC, OCC, CFPB, and prudential regulatory matters.

In addition to his regulatory work, Mr. Roshdy maintains a transactional practice where he counsels clients on a variety of issues regarding financial technology partnerships, third-party vendor management, hybrid bank/non-bank partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions.

Prior to joining Nelson Mullins, Mr. Roshdy worked as a legal intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta where he worked extensively on the Federal Reserve’s technology and payment initiatives. His experience at the Federal Reserve, which included collaborating with the supervision and regulation groups, allows him to bring an additional perspective to corporate and financial regulatory legal services.

Samer Roshdy concentrates his practice on corporate and financial regulatory matters. Mr. Roshdy advises depository institutions, bank holding companies, FinTech companies, and non-bank financial services companies on a wide range of regulatory, risk management, and compliance issues. His work frequently revolves around assisting financial institutions, corporate end-users, and other market participants with regulatory compliance matters... under the Dodd-Frank Act, Bank Holding Company Act, and Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act, as well as with respect to other FRB, FDIC, OCC, CFPB, and prudential regulatory matters.

In addition to his regulatory work, Mr. Roshdy maintains a transactional practice where he counsels clients on a variety of issues regarding financial technology partnerships, third-party vendor management, hybrid bank/non-bank partnerships, and mergers and acquisitions.

Prior to joining Nelson Mullins, Mr. Roshdy worked as a legal intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta where he worked extensively on the Federal Reserve’s technology and payment initiatives. His experience at the Federal Reserve, which included collaborating with the supervision and regulation groups, allows him to bring an additional perspective to corporate and financial regulatory legal services.

Experience

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Previous Professional Experience

  • Legal Intern, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (2017)
  • Judicial Extern, the Honorable Mark Davis of the North Carolina Court of Appeals (2017)
  • Judicial Extern, the Honorable Stephanie K. Bowman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio (2016)

 Educational Activities

  • Wake Forest University School of Law 
    • Chairperson, Transactional Law Competition
    • Class Representative, Honor Council
    • Student Practitioner, Community Law & Business Clinic
    • Student Practitioner, Elder Law Clinic 
    • Research Assistant 

Languages

  • Arabic

Education

  • Wake Forest University School of Law, JD (2018)
    • CALI Excellence Awards, Banking Law & Commercial Leasing
    • Articles Editor, Wake Forest Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law
  • The Ohio State University, BA, Economics and Political Science, cum laude (2015)

Admissions

  • Georgia

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