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Jenny's Profile

Jenny is a Shareholder in the Corporate and Business Transactions Practice, and she is also a leader in the Banking Practice.

Jenny provides specialized regulatory and general corporate advice to financial institutions of all sizes, including public and private banks, thrifts, insurance companies (and each of their holding companies), and other non-depository financial institutions.

She regularly represents financial institutions before state and federal regulators and counsels troubled institutions. Her experience includes a broad range of regulatory matters, including financial company acquisitions, interstate expansions, bank charters, holding company applications, mergers, affiliate transactions, and other regulatory matters associated with the financial services industry. Jenny reviews pending state and federal legislation and advises clients about the potential effects of changes to banking, insurance, and other financial services laws and regulations. She regularly speaks to banking and financial services associations on various subjects, including the Dodd-Frank Act.

Jenny’s experience includes structured finance and the representation of issuers in securitizations and re-securitizations. She is also experienced in the secondary mortgage market on both the investor and seller sides.

Her talents and skills in the corporate banking field have earned her numerous accolades, including recognition as a Leading Practitioner in Banking and Finance: Mainly Regulatory by Chambers and Partners.

"Jenny goes above and beyond and she shows she knows her stuff. She is the best in the state, and maybe the southeast, on banking matters. She has pulled a rabbit out of the hat on multiple occasions. I totally trust her judgment, and she always brings in the right experts at the firm for various matters."

"Jenny is a professional in every sense of the word. She is knowledgeable, resourceful, thorough and very much a strategic partner for us. She has a team of attorneys that she can draw on within the firm to help us on most any business matter. I think Jenny's strengths are her knowledge and experience in the banking industry. Add to that a significant network of clients, and she is easily among the top banking attorneys in the South."

Jenny's Accolades

  • Chambers and Partners, Leading Practitioner for Banking & Finance: Mainly Regulatory (2015-present)
  • The Best Lawyers in America© for Banking and Finance Law, Financial Services Regulation Law (2011-present), Mergers and Acquisitions Law (2023)
  • The Birmingham Business Journal’s “Who’s Who in Banking” (2021); "Best of the Bar – Banking" (2019); "Top Ten Women in Business" (2010)
  • Super Lawyers for Banking
  • Birmingham Magazine's "Top Banking Lawyer"
  • Presidential Leadership Scholars 2015 Inaugural Class
  • Alabama Leadership Project (2015)
  • MOMENTUM, 2011-2012 Class

Jenny's Affiliations and Civic Involvement

Affiliations
  • American Bankers Association
  • Texas Association of Bank Counsel
  • Alabama Bankers Association
  • Financial Services Roundtable
  • Mortgage Bankers Association
  • Mortgage Bankers Association of Alabama
  • American Bar Association, Banking Committee and Securitizations and Structured Finance Committee
  • Women in Housing & Finance - D.C.
Civic Involvement
  • Birmingham Museum of Art, Board Member
  • Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Board Member
  • Children's Aid Society
  • Downtown Kiwanis Club
  • Women's Fund of Greater Birmingham - Smart Party Honoree 2016
  • Junior League of Birmingham Community of Lights 2018 Torchbearer

Jenny's Speaking Engagements

Virtual Banking Roundtable for the Leaders of Our Alabama Banks
Friday, May 1, 2020
Webinar
Jenny served as a featured speaker during the session titled "Virtual Banking Roundtable for the Leaders of Our Alabama Banks"

CLE Alabama Seminar "Banking Law Update"
Friday, February 9, 2018
Birmingham, AL
Jenny served as a featured speaker during the session titled "Practical Pointers for Common, Day-to-Day Regulatory Questions"

Alabama Bankers Association 2017 CEO/Directors Conference
August 3-6, 2017
Jenny was a featured speaker: "Current Trends in Mergers and Acquisitions"

CLE Alabama Seminar "Banking Law Update"
Friday, February 10, 2017
Birmingham, AL
During this day-long seminar, Jenny was a featured speaker during the "Preparing for Mergers and Acquisitions" session.

Alabama Bankers Association 2016 CEO Directors Conference
Friday, August 12, 2016
Jenny served as a panelist and outlined recent changes in the Federal Reserve's requirements for change in control determinations.


Admissions

State Bar: Alabama, Texas

Education
  • University of Texas
    • (1998, J.D.)
  • University of Virginia
    • (1991, B.A., Omicron Delta Kappa)

Thursday, June 2, 2022

FORTY-THREE MAYNARD ATTORNEYS RECOGNIZED IN CHAMBERS USA GUIDE 2022

Maynard is pleased to announce that forty-three attorneys and twelve areas of practice are recognized by Chambers and Partners in its Chambers USA Guide 2022, the world’s leading provider of law firm research and analytics. Maynard is ranked as a leading firm in the following areas of practice: Alabama Banking...

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Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Maynard Receives High Marks from Chambers and Partners in 2021

Maynard & Gale (Maynard) is pleased to announce that thirteen areas of practice and 47 lawyers received high rankings in the 2021 editions of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and Chambers High Net Worth: the World's Leading Private Wealth Advisors.* Maynard is ranked as a leading firm in...

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Friday, March 5, 2021

SHAREHOLDER JENNY MCCAIN FEATURED IN ARTICLE, "BIRMINGHAM BANK EXPERTS SAY BRANCH NUMBERS ARE DECREASING BUT WILL NOT GO EXTINCT"

Shareholder Jenny McCain was interviewed for an article in the March 4th issue of the Birmingham Business Journal Banking & Financial Services section, “Birmingham bank experts say branch numbers are decreasing but will not go extinct.” McCain commented that banks have been repositioning their physical presence in their markets but...

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