Andrew Sultan’s practice consists of general business and corporate law matters, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital financings, securities offerings, corporate governance and commercial transactions. He often serves as outside general counsel to emerging growth and middle-market companies in a variety of industries and advises business owners, board members and senior management in matters involving their business, including acquisitions and divestitures, financing transactions, securities transactions, commercial arrangements, shareholder agreements, employment matters and incentive compensation.
Prior to joining Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP, Mr. Sultan was a partner at Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley, LLC, and prior to that practiced in the Colorado office of Cooley LLP. Before attending law school, he worked as a certified public accountant in the Washington, D.C. office of Ernst & Young, LLP, and later, as a financial analyst for a publicly traded logistics software company, where he gained a strong background in financial statement audit and analysis.
University of Colorado, J.D., 1999
University of Maryland, B.S., cum laude, 1992
Certified Public Accountant (inactive)
Drew has over 10 years of experience representing clients in merger and acquisition transactions, private equity and venture capital transactions, and securities offerings, including:
A panel discussion about how Colorado's healthcare sector is planning for and adjusting to the shift from payment for volume to payment for value.
On July 10, 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") fulfilled its Congressional mandate by adopting new rules that will dramatically affect the landscape for unregistered securities offerings in the United States. These new rules authorize the use of general advertising and general solicitation methods in accredited investor-only offerings under the newly amended Rule 506. Historically, securities offerings that were not registered with the SEC were uniformly described as "private offerings," because that was their common identifying feature – the securities could not be publicly offered. With the adoption of new Rule 506(c), that common understanding has been eliminated.
DGS Private Company Perspectives Series
Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP today announced that Matthew R. Perkins, Albert J. Givray and Andrew I. Sultan – all well known and highly regarded corporate lawyers in Denver – have joined the firm’s corporate finance and acquisitions practice as partners.
Rocky Mountain Area Conference for Finance and Accounting Professionals