Agnes Trenche Mora focuses her practice on corporate, securities, and regulatory matters for general corporate and financial institution clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Agnes was a corporate associate in the New York City headquarters of an AmLaw 100 law firm where she worked on corporate matters including mergers, acquisitions, and capital market transactions.
While attending law school, Agnes served as a spring intern in the Queens District Attorney’s Office in Kew Gardens, New York, an intern in the Immigration Law Clinic Pilot Program at Morningside Heights Legal Services in New York City, and an intern in the Civil Division of the United States Attorney’s Office in Tampa, Florida.
Agnes’s native language is Spanish.
Represented Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc., a banking company, in the sale of its insurance business to Hub International Limited, a leading global insurance brokerage and financial services firm.
Represented Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc. in connection with its $200 million subordinated debt offering.
Served as underwriter’s counsel to Piper Sandler in connection with the $31 million subordinated debt offering conducted by First Savings Financial Group.
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Columbia Law School J.D. (2015) Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia Journal of Race and Law
Washington University in St. Louis B.A. (2012) Political Science, with honors
District of Columbia (2019)
New York (2017)
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