Tim Matz has been one of the nation’s leading banking corporate, securities and tax lawyers, for over forty years representing banking institutions throughout the U.S. He has been involved in hundreds of transactions involving mutual to stock conversions, public and private issuances of common stock and debt by bank and thrift holding companies, mergers and acquisitions and corporate reorganizations. Tim has also represented numerous private equity investors in structuring investments in banking institutions both with FDIC assistance and on a non-assisted basis. Tim was a member of the Economics Honors Program and played Varsity Football at the University of Virginia. In addition to his law practice, Tim also serves on the Board of Directors of PacWest Bancorp in Los Angeles, California. He is also the President of the Board of Trustees of the Tudor Place Foundation, a historic home museum located in Washington, DC and is a Trustee of The Philanthropic Foundation, a nonprofit corporation based in Washington.