John T. Wilson

  • 812 San Antonio Street, Suite 600
  • Austin, Texas 78701
  • Direct: (512) 583-5923
  • Fax: (512) 583-5940


John T. Wilson


Mr. Wilson’s practice focuses on financial institutions, with particular emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, and regulatory compliance. In particular, Mr. Wilson advises his clients on matters related to the acquisition or sale of existing financial institutions, the acquisition, sale, establishment and relocation of branch offices, and both public and private debt and equity security offerings. Mr. Wilson also advises financial institutions regarding regulatory compliance matters involving the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve Board, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and other state regulatory agencies. Mr. Wilson also advises his clients regarding general corporate matters and other commercial dealings.

Relevant Experience

  • Represented several public and private banks and bank holding companies in M&A transactions since joining FKHF in 2015, including whole bank acquisitions, and a diverse group of public and private clients prior to joining FKHF, including domestic and international acquisitions and divestments for private equity companies and their portfolio companies
  • Represented several public and private banks and bank holding companies in issuance of private debt and equity securities since joining FKHF in 2015
  • Represented and advised a private company in its $390 million initial public offering
  • Advised numerous clients on preparing quarterly, annual, and other periodic securities filings
  • Advised numerous clients in general corporate and other commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating master service agreements, independent contractor agreements, customer supply agreements, and other general advice


  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 2012
  • A.B., Harvard University, 2009
  • Licensed to practice in Texas


  • Texas Exes Alumni Association
  • Harvard Alumni Association
  • Texas State Bar
  • Austin Bar Association
  • Houston Bar Association


  • September 2015 Article:  Avoiding Pitfalls in Your Bank’s Data Processing Agreement– published by