RICHMOND, Va. – Troutman Pepper client Burke & Herbert Financial Services Corp. (Nasdaq: BHRB), the bank holding company for Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Company, has begun trading its common stock on the Nasdaq Capital Market® after completing a registration process with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Shares of the company’s common stock will continue to trade under the symbol “BHRB”, the same symbol under which the company’s securities were previously quoted on OTC Markets. Read a company press release about the listing.

A Troutman Pepper team led by Partner Gregory F. Parisi and including Zayne R. Tweed, and Jason L. Langford, among others, advised Burke & Herbert Financial Services Corp. in the listing.

Troutman Pepper has more than 200 attorneys who regularly advise financial services providers, including banks, neobanks, payment processors, card issuers, and consumer and commercial marketplace lenders. The firm handles their full spectrum of legal needs and has been nationally recognized for its work in the financial services industry, including by Chambers and Partners, Law360, and U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, among others. Learn more at

Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Company is the oldest continuously operating bank under its original name headquartered in the greater Washington DC Metro area. The bank offers a full range of business and personal financial solutions designed to meet customers’ banking, borrowing, and investment needs and has over 20 branches throughout the Northern Virginia region and commercial loan offices in Fredericksburg, Loudoun County, Richmond, and in Bethesda, Maryland.

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