• Peter F. Olberg

    Corporate and Finance
    Capital Markets
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    New York
    Direct: 212.830.7217
    General: 212.790.4500
    Fax: 212.790.4545


    Yale Law School, J.D., 1977.


    New York University, M.A., French Literature, 2008.


    Yale College, B.A., summa cum laude, 1974.
    Phi Beta Kappa; Departmental Honors in Fields of Major (American History and Spanish Literature).

    French and Spanish.
    Bar Admissions


    District of Columbia


    New York

    • Profile
    • Representative Matters
    • Honors & Awards
    • Publications
    • Memberships & Activities
    • Speaking Engagements


    Peter Olberg specializes in corporate finance, securities law and merger and acquisition transactions. Particular areas of concentration are;

    • Community development and real estate financing transactions, with emphasis on transactions involving federal tax credits as an investment feature.
    • Healthcare industry financing and transactional matters including hospital and health system acquisitions, financings and joint venture transactions, and workout and turnaround projects.
    • Capital formation transactions, workouts and restructurings, and investment product development and compliance.
    • International corporate, finance and commercial matters, especially those where his French and Spanish language capability can be useful.

    Representative Matters

    Honors & Awards

     Named as one of the Top-Ranked Attorneys, Chambers USA, 2014-2015.

     The Best Lawyers in America, 2005-2016.


    Co-Author, “U.S. Regulation of Laboratories Performing Genetic Testing,” American Biotechnology Laboratory, Vol. 22, No. 5, April 2004.

    Co-Author, “Spending Our Money Wisely: Improving America's Healthcare System by Investing in Healthcare Information Technology,” May 2003.

    Memberships & Activities

    Admitted to practice in Connecticut, District of Columbia, Iowa and New York.

    Speaking Engagements

    Speaker, Community Investments Conference sponsored by California Insurance Department California Organized Investments Network (COIN).

    Speaker, “Transactions Among Health Care Providers,” New York State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program.

    Speaker, Health Technology Center Information Technology Working Group.