Kristin Lee counsels US and international banks and other financial institutions on bank regulatory, supervisory, enforcement, corporate, and compliance matters before all major federal and state financial regulatory agencies. She advises clients on US banking laws and regulations, supervisory guidance, and interpretations as well as on US and international financial reform developments. Kristin also advises banks and other financial institutions on issues affecting their governance, structure, management, and operations.
Kristin has spent more than a decade handling an array of bank regulatory matters, most recently holding executive positions within a global financial institution’s regulatory group, and she previously worked at a large insurance company and in another global law firm’s financial services group. During her career, she has developed thorough knowledge of the regulation of banks and bank holding companies and has handled securities transactional work, debt deals, digital assets, and crypto initiatives.
Marquette University Law School, 2011, J.D.
University of Maryland, 2001, B.S.
Awards and Affiliations
Fellow, The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (2020)