Matthew H. Meyers advises public and private companies on corporate and securities matters. He focuses on mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, corporate governance and capital-raising transactions in the public and private markets.
Matt also counsels companies on public company reporting obligations, employment and compensation arrangements, and general corporate matters. Matt is vice chair of the firm’s Corporate and Securities Group. In particular, Matt represents strategic buyers, private equity concerns and their portfolio companies in M&A transactions and other strategic initiatives.
He also advises IPO-stage and seasoned public companies on capital markets transactions and periodic reporting and disclosure matters under the federal securities laws and NYSE and NASDAQ regulatory regimes. Matt has counseled venture capital and startup clients on financing transactions in both the emerging company and middle markets.
Matt was a member of the inaugural class of ACG University, an in-depth educational and networking program for M&A professionals conducted by the Association for Corporate Growth, a global network of leading dealmakers. He remains involved with ACG, and for the last several years has served as an ACG University faculty member.
- Hamilton Lane Incorporated (NASDAQ: HLNE), an alternative investment management firm, in its $200 million initial public offering, multiple follow-on offerings and in ongoing public company compliance and corporate governance matters.
- A truck leasing and rental company in M&A and joint venture matters, and in the issuance of approximately $10 billion of senior debt in a series of Rule 144A offerings.
- A private equity fund focusing on the transportation sector and its portfolio companies in acquisition and divestiture transactions and other strategic initiatives.
- A number of registered investment advisers in investment company acquisitions and other strategic transactions.
- The owners of a leading provider of gear-drive systems for the industrial and military marine sectors in the $200 million sale of that business.
- On a pro bono basis, a nonprofit Philadelphia children’s services organization in its merger with another local children’s charity.
- University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2006, Virginia Tax Review; Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal
- University of Virginia, B.A., 2001
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