ROLAND ST. PAUL
Roland St. Paul has extensive experience in corporate finance, general corporate law, corporate governance, investment management and public finance. Mr. St. Paul represents clients in connection with primary and secondary public offerings of equity and debt securities, corporate reorganizations, and counseling officers and directors on corporate governance. He has drafted all manners of Securities Act and Exchange Act reports, and negotiates and drafts private placement memoranda, operating agreements, trust indentures, and other material definitive agreements.
Prior to joining Burgher Gray, Mr. St. Paul served as Associate General Counsel to Radio One, Inc. where he advised members of senior management with respect to disclosure issues, Regulation FD matters, insider trading issues, executive compensation and other corporate and securities compliance issues. Mr. St. Paul spent seven years in private practice, including several years in the financial services groups at Dechert LLP and K&L Gates LLP, where he represented leading financial services companies, other Fortune 500 companies, hedge funds and private equity funds. Mr. St. Paul also spent five years as a senior attorney with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of the General Counsel and the Division of Corporation Finance.
- J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1992
- M.B.A., graduated top of class, Howard University, School of Business, 1986
- B.S., Industrial Management (Honors), University of the West Indies, Trinidad, 1984, National Merit Scholar 1981-1984
- District of Columbia
- U.S. Virgin Islands