One year ago today, on March 4, 2019, we lost our patriarch, colleague and friend, Walt Moeling. I don’t know that any client situation, much less a working day, goes by without each of us thinking about how Walt would have handled it.
On one hand, that makes the writing of this blog post one of the more difficult assignments. On the other hand, I have the good fortune of knowing exactly what Walt thinks about this post (albeit in a wholly different context). I wrote the first draft of this post almost five years ago. After sharing with Walt, he commented that he liked the concept, but didn’t want it to be “all about him.” The post then got added to my ever-growing “blog post ideas” folder, potentially never to be seen again.
But this post is supposed to be all about Walt, so I’m happy to publish it now.
One advantage of Bryan Cave Leighton Pasiner’s banking practice is our depth and camaraderie. Based on what Walt Moeling and Kathryn Knudson have built over the last 40+ years, we have a breadth of experience that few can match.