For over 30 years, Mark V. Nuccio has devoted his practice to advancing the business needs of companies and organizations. Mark’s broad corporate practice includes acquisitions and dispositions, public offerings and other financing transactions for issuers, underwriters and investors, organizing new ventures, intellectual property licensing, and general representation of public and private companies.
He has extensive experience with public company disclosure and reporting, bank holding company regulation, the organization and early-stage financing ventures of new entities, and the formation of complex joint ventures. Mark leads the bank regulatory practice.
Mark is the firm’s expert on the Volcker Rule, and advises a wide range of banking entities and their counterparties around the world with respect to the rule’s proprietary trading, fund sponsorship and investment limitations on their activities.
He is highly experienced representing issuers, investors, and underwriters with respect to bank and holding company securities law and transactional matters, including offerings of trust preferred, senior and subordinated debt and common stock, and private equity investments in banking entities.
- JD, magna cum laude, Boston College Law School, 1983; Order of the Coif; Editor, Boston College Law Review
- BA, magna cum laude, Boston College, 1978; Scholar of the College; Alpha Sigma Nu (National Jesuit Honor Society)
ADMISSIONS : Massachusetts, 1983
MEMBERSHIP & AFFILIATIONS :
- American Bar Association – Business Law Section
- Massachusetts and Boston Bar Associations
PROFESSIONAL & CIVIC ACTIVITIES :
- Action for Boston Community Development (former Chairman)
- Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership
- Associated Industries of Massachusetts
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