Charles Moore’s practice focuses on community banks and commercial lenders and borrowers. In his commercial finance work, Charles has had substantial experience in mortgage warehouse lending, mortgage servicing rights lending, other asset-based lending, real estate finance, bank holding company lending, syndicated lending, loan participation transactions, and Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. In his community bank work, he has handled bank merger and acquisition transactions, Change in Bank Control Act matters, Bank Holding Company Act matters, formation and capital raising activities of banks and bank holding companies, and various other bank regulatory matters.

Charles routinely speaks and writes on topics related to banking institutions. In recent years, those topics have included bank capital considerations, digital mortgages, FinCEN's Beneficial Ownership Rule, and Federal Reserve regulations on controlling influences under the Bank Holding Company Act. Charles is active with the Alabama Bankers Association, and he is recognized in a number of legal ranking publications, including The Best Lawyers in America® for Banking and Finance Law and Chambers USA for Banking and Finance. Charles received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and his B.A. from Vanderbilt University.