For over a decade, Peter Devlin has advised clients in connection with transformative financing transactions and day-to-day disclosure and corporate governance matters.
Peter advises companies and financial institutions across a wide range of public and private securities offerings, including initial public offerings and other equity offerings (both primary and secondary); investment-grade, convertible, and high yield debt offerings; and exchange offers, tender offers, and consent solicitations. He has significant experience advising domestic and international clients on securities laws, corporate governance matters, SEC reporting requirements, and stock exchange rules and regulations. Peter often counsels emerging companies on the legal and practical aspects of the public offering process in the United States.
Peter has worked with many types of issuers, ranging from emerging companies to multinational corporations, on transactions across many different industries, including agricultural technology, biotechnology, financial technology, financial services, insurance, transportation, shipping, consumer products, telecommunications, and education.
Peter is an advisory board member of the School of Science at Manhattan College.
Consultation Conclusions on Proposed Amendments to Enforcement-Related Provisions of Hong Kong's SFO
- March 17, 2022
What could happen next for U.S.-listed Chinese stocks?
- May 10, 2018
Blockchain for Lawyers, The New York City Bar Association
- October 15, 2018
Virtual Token Issuance and Management, panelist, IBM IT Services Legal Summit
- New York University (J.D. cum laude 2008; Robert McKay Scholar; Notes Editor, Law Review); Fordham University (M.A. in Systematic Theology summa cum laude 2003); Manhattan College (B.S. in Mathematics summa cum laude 1999)
- New York