Bonnie Barsamian, Kristin Going and Stacy Louizos, New York partners and members of the firm’s Financial Services Industry Group, were named to the 2019 Notable Women in Law List by Crain’s New York Business. The list honors the achievements of the brightest and boldest New York City lawyers, who combine distinguished careers with exceptional civic and philanthropic activities.
A partner in our Corporate Group, Bonnie is a trusted legal and business advisor with nearly 30 years of experience advising public and private companies, boards of directors, C-suites and financial institutions in complex securities/capital markets, mergers & acquisitions and other corporate transactional, governance and regulatory matters. A seasoned counselor on federal securities laws and advisor to corporate boards across a range of governance and strategic matters and challenges, Bonnie also has been recognized by leading publications as one of the top capital markets lawyers in the United States.
Kristin is chair of Drinker Biddle’s Corporate Restructuring Group and has helped creditors maximize their recoveries in bankruptcies, federal and state court litigation, and out-of-court negotiations for more than 20 years. She is nationally known for her work representing financial institutions in their capacity as Indenture Trustee, Collateral Agent, and Administrative Agent. Kristin is also a member of the firm’s Women’s Leadership Committee.
Stacy is a partner in our nationally ranked Investment Management Group. For over 20 years, Stacy has represented registered investment companies and their independent directors and investment advisers, counseling them on a broad range of matters relating to the operation of investment companies of all kinds, including the organization and offering of open-end and closed-end funds and ETFs, mergers of individual funds and fund complexes, and board governance, compliance and other regulatory matters under the federal securities laws. She has been recognized nationally in the area of mutual/registered fund law and is also a regular speaker and writer on topics such as board governance, fund best practices and cybersecurity. She is a member of the firm’s Financial Services Steering Committee and Women’s Leadership Committee.