Dimia Fogam is an associate in the Financial Institutions Regulatory practice group of Weil’s New York office. She is involved in advising commercial banks, bank holding companies, foreign banking corporations, private equity sponsors, insurance companies, and non-bank financial institutions on a wide range of complex regulatory and transactional matters. Her practice also includes compliance with the Dodd-Frank Act, the Bank Holding Company Act, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. She has participated in representing financial services clients in M&A transactions, including the sale of debt and equity assets. She has also advised several clients on the Volcker Rule implications of fund formations strategies.
Ms. Fogam is a member of Weil’s Regulatory Reform Working Group and Globally Systemically Important Insurers Working Group. She has written extensively on issues of regulatory reform, including Basel III, stress testing, leveraged lending, and the derivatives push-out rule.
Prior to joining Weil’s Financial Institutions Regulatory practice, Ms. Fogam was an associate in the Firm’s Capital Markets practice group, where she was involved in advising issuers and underwriters in connection with public and private offerings of securities and other capital markets transactions, including initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, and secondary offerings.
Ms. Fogam has performed pro bono legal work for Kids in Needs of Defense and the List Project. In addition, she volunteers a significant amount of time to the Big Brothers Big Sisters Workplace Mentoring Program.
She is an active member of the American Bar Association’s Banking Law Committee.
Ms. Fogam is fluent in Russian.