• David Danovitch, ESQ.

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    Partner, Robinson Brog Leinwand Greene Genovese & Gluck, P.C.

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    David Danovitch is a Partner of Robinson Brog, where he serves on the Executive Committee and is Chairperson of the Firm’s Capital Markets Department.

     

    He has extensive transaction experience representing issuers, broker-dealers, and investment funds in financings, capital markets transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. David’s clients span a variety of industries and his practice includes such matters as general corporate governance, securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, and financings. He also maintains several securities industry licenses, including the Series 24 (Registered Principal), Series 7 (General Securities), Series 79 (Investment Banking), and Series 99 (Operations), which gives him a unique insight into the regulatory challenges facing regulated firms.

    David handles both regulatory and transactional work for broker-dealers. His regulatory practice addresses virtually all securities-law related statutory and regulatory requirements applicable to broker-dealers and their affiliates, covering employee issues; sales and trading; development of compliance and supervisory procedures; satisfaction of margin, capital and record-keeping requirements; the rules of the financial industry self-regulatory organizations; anti-money laundering; and privacy.

    His honors include having been named by the American Banker as one of the “50 Most Influential People in Banking.” Throughout his career, he has been a speaker at many seminars and conferences covering a range of issues in a variety of industries, and he has served on several boards of directors of both private and public companies. David’s writings are oft-published in industry journals and other periodicals.

    Bar Admissions include:

    • New York
    • District of Columbia
    • Massachusetts

    Education:

    • Boston University, Boston, MA LL.M (Taxation)
    • Suffolk University, Boston, MA, J.D.
    • Kenyon College, Gambier, OH A.B.

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