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Anthony R. Callobre Recognized as a 2022 Banking and Finance Visionary by L.A. County Banking and Finance Magazine

Blank Rome Partner Anthony R. Callobre was recognized as a 2022 Banking and Finance Visionary by the L.A. County Banking and Finance Magazine (March 2022), an L.A. Times B2B Publishing publication.

Now in its second year of publication, this annual list recognizes financial and banking professionals who have become “exceedingly important trusted advisors, routinely rising to meet ongoing challenges and help us secure financial security” and have “demonstrated successes and accomplishments during the last 24 months as well as leadership in their organizations while impacting change within their communities.”

According to the L.A. Banking and Finance Magazine, the honored visionaries were all nominated by their colleagues and peers and selected by its B2B Publishing stakeholders.

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Tony’s profile, as published in the L.A. Banking & Finance Magazine

Anthony Callobre

Anthony R. Callobre
Partner
Blank Rome LLP

Anthony R. Callobre, a partner in the Los Angeles office of Blank Rome, is among the leading banking and finance lawyers in California, with an impressive track record and reputation for excellent client service on the borrower and lender side of commercial loan transactions.

With a focus on asset-based lending and fund finance, Callobre represents lenders and borrowers in commercial loan transactions; his counsel extends across loan types, from single lender to syndicated loans, and multiple structures, from unsecured to secured loans. His national and cross-border practice includes a wide variety of client industries, including apparel and textiles, consumer products, engineering, construction and infrastructure, sports and entertainment, retail, technology, and transportation, as well as many of the leading commercial banks and finance companies, along with hedge funds, private equity groups, business development companies, and other investors, lenders, and corporate borrowers in debt financing, commercial lending, and corporate finance matters.