Andrew is counsel in Davis Polk’s Financial Institutions Group. His practice focuses on strategic bank and financial regulatory advice. He advises financial firms on a wide range of finreg matters, from strategic initiatives driven by regulation and supervision to the impact of changes in the regulatory landscape. He has extensive experience in the development and preparation of resolution plans, also known as living wills, and has advised clients on enhanced prudential standards, the Volcker Rule and other areas of regulatory reform. His practice also covers corporate governance and risk management, as well as regulatory advice on transactions.
Since the start of the pandemic, Andrew has been deeply involved in advising clients on the CARES Act, the Main Street Lending Program and the Paycheck Protection Program. He has also received acknowledgments for his work on academic publications in the areas of bank regulation, systemic risk and resolution regimes.
Andrew has worked at Davis Polk since 2013, with a secondment to the Bank of England’s Legal Directorate, Financial Stability Division, in 2017. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School and a B.A. from Yale College in Political Science and South Asian Studies.