Rob Tammero is a partner in the firm's Boston office. Rob represents companies in a range of corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings, and corporate governance. He advises buyers and sellers of businesses and assets, investors, and companies raising capital. Rob's practice includes representation of financial institutions and their holding companies, fintech companies, investment funds, and other financial service providers in corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Rob was an associate in the corporate and securities section of a national, Boston-based law firm. Before entering private practice, Rob served as a law clerk with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
- Boston Bar Association, Banking Committee Co-Chair, 2012- 2014
- American Bar Association Presidential Task Force on Financial Markets Regulatory Reform, Assistant Reporter, 2011- 2012
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, 2008-2018
- Bank and Fintech Partnerships, Massachusetts Bankers Association New England Conference (2018)
- The Function of the Corporate Secretary, Massachusetts Bankers Association (2018)
- Understanding Insider Lending and Regulation O, Lorman Education Services (2019)
- “Merger Considerations Include Strategy, Fit, Roadblocks,” Credit Union Times (2014)
- “BBA Presentation Summary: Libor – What it is, What it Does, and Why it Matters,” BBA Financial Services Section Newsletter (2013)
- “A BBA Discussion of Patco Construction Company, Inc. v. People's United Bank,” BBA Financial Services Section Newsletter (2013)
- “Regulators Pay Attention as Community Banks Go Mobile,” BBA Financial Services Section Newsletter (2012)
- “Reigning in Systemically Important Financial Institutions,” 30 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 595 (2011)
- “Private Equity Investment in Failed Banks: Controlling Risks to the Federal Safety Net,” 11 J. Bus. & Sec. L. 53 (2010)