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Anton J Moch

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Gonzaga University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2001
University of Mary, B.A., Accounting and Business, magna cum laude, 1998
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Anton joined Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A., in 2001 and is a shareholder practicing in the field of community banking. Anton has been involved in the chartering and formation of numerous state and federal banks and routinely works with and advises banking institutions and bank ownership on bank mergers and acquisitions, branch assumptions, corporate restructuring, bank expansion strategies, branching issues and the sale of banking organizations to third parties. Additionally, Anton routinely advises his clients on bank holding company and bank subsidiary issues, bank management issues, permissible banking growth strategies and activities, stock redemptions, shareholder agreements and ownership transfers.

Anton also has extensive experience regarding bank compliance and regulatory issues, routinely assists banks with regulatory filings and applications and works in close connection with his numerous contacts at the OCC, FDIC, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, OTS, Minnesota Department of Commerce and various other state banking agencies. Anton also has substantial experience in drafting and negotiating treasury management agreements for banks, including, wire transfer agreements, ACH agreements, check imaging agreements and various vendor and service provider contracts.

In addition to his community banking practice, Anton assists his banking clients and corporate management with employment counseling and compliance requirements of all federal and state employment laws. In particular, Anton is also a specialist on federal and state wage and hour issues.

Finally, Anton works with many public and private companies on a variety of corporate and corporate finance issues, including corporate counseling, business formation, mergers and acquisitions, structuring, negotiating and drafting sophisticated commercial contracts.

Bar Admissions
Minnesota, 2001
Community Involvement
  • Bank Holding Company Association Sponsor
  • Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota Associate
  • Minnesota Bankers Association Affiliate
  • American Bar Association - Financial Institution and Corporate Division
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Hennepin County Bar Association

Honors & Awards
  • The Best Lawyers in America©
    • Banking and Finance Law, 2018
  • Minnesota Rising Stars, Super Lawyers®, 2011-2012
  • Gonzaga Law Review

Articles & Presentations
Co-Presenter. "Protecting Bank Names and Logos as Service Marks." United Bankers' Bank Grand Event. 20 October 2017.

Co-Presenter. "Post-Closing Fights: What Happens if Issues Arise after a Deal is Closed?" Fall Seminar. Bank Holding Company Association. 2 October 2017.

Speaker. "What Could An ESOP Mean For Your Bank?" 2017 Spring Seminar. Bank Holding Company Association. 2 May 2017.

Panelist. "Current Status of Bank Mergers and Acquisitions." 2017 Banking Law Institute. Minnesota CLE. 31 March 2017.

Speaker. "Mergers and Acquisitions." EideBailly 36th Annual Bankers Seminar. Fargo, North Dakota. 3 November 2016 and Mankato, Minnesota. 10 November 2016.

Speaker. "Expect Obstacles: Create Opportunities." ICBM 54th Annual Convention and Directors' Conference. 4 August 2016.

Speaker. "Keeping Your Options Open: Advisors Share Best Practices When Preparing for Future Merger or Acquisition." 2014 ICBM Annual Convention & Directors' Conference. 14 August 2014.

Speaker "U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Audits and Investigations." and "Key Employment and Benefit Issues in a Merger and Acquisitions Transaction." Winthrop & Weinstine Employment Law Seminar. 7 October 2014.

Qtd. Hammerand, Jim. “Some banks depend upon TARP funds.” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. 2 March 2012.

Speaker. “Considerations When Raising Capital in a Challenging Environment, Including Use of Equity, Debt and Trust Preferred Redemptions.” Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota. Eagan, MN. 10 June 2010. Webinar.

Speaker. "Nuts & Bolts of Failed Bank Transaction." Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota. Eagan, MN. 6 May 2010. Webinar.

Speaker. "Capital Raising Issues for Bank Holding Companies in Today's Environment." Minnesota Bank Holding Company Association. Bloomington, MN. 4 May 2010.

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