Bradley Welcomes Financial Services Attorney Nate Viebrock to Charlotte Office

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Bradley is pleased to announce that Nathan P. Viebrock has rejoined the firm’s Charlotte office as counsel in the Banking and Financial Services Practice Group.

Mr. Viebrock focuses his practice on counseling financial services clients on offering best-in-class consumer financial services that serve the interests of consumers and meet the expectations of regulators. Prior to joining Bradley, Nate served as product and regulatory counsel for nationally acclaimed and publicly traded fintech companies and worked at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) as an enforcement attorney and outreach associate. He leverages this experience to identify creative and compliant solutions for consumer financial services companies, ranging from startups to established fintech clients.

“Nate’s experience in government service gives him a unique lens into the goals of government regulators that will benefit our clients throughout the financial services industry,” said Bradley Charlotte Office Managing Partner Christopher C. Lam. “We are pleased to welcome Nate back to the firm and know that his understanding of compliance challenges and rapidly changing regulations will be beneficial to our team.”

A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, Mr. Viebrock earned his bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College. Nate is passionate about serving his community through legal advocacy and frequently represents indigent individuals in need of legal services. Prior to entering private practice, his career in public service included a clerkship in Chicago at the Cook County Public Defender’s Office and employment at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, D.C. 

Bradley’s Banking & Financial Services Practice Group counsels finance clients on their unique and particularly complex legal needs, whether pertaining to litigation, regulations and compliance, or other corporate matters. The team provides experienced, proactive guidance on a broad spectrum of issues including governmental investigations, risk assessments, audit and exam support, business transactions, and multi-state settlements.