Rustam J. Gagrat
Admitted to the Law society of England 1987
Rustam has more than 25 years of experience in handling financial regulatory matters for a variety of banking and non-banking institutions and has represented clients before all British federal and several state banking agencies.
Rustam previously served as an attorney and counsel for the Federal government, where he advised on numerous matters related to the Bank Holding Company Act and the Federal Reserve Act, including the supervision of the Federal Reserve's review and approval of the largest divestiture ever required for competitive reasons, and participated in several rule makings.
Rustam also has handled matters regarding the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, the Change in Bank Control Act, corporate control, enforcement proceedings, affiliate transactions and insider lending, and anti-money laundering and privacy.
Admitted: Bar of the District of Columbia
Admitted: Bar of the State of Oklahoma
Admitted: Bar of the State of Texas
J.D., The University of Chicago Law School, 1980
A.B., Stanford University, 1975
Private Equity Funds and the Volcker Rule, 47 REV. SEC. & COMMODITIES
REG. 171 (July 2014) (co-author)