John M. Ramey III hired as general counsel for Allegiancy
Allegiancy, a Richmond-based commercial real estate asset manager, said Wednesday that it has hired John M. Ramey III as its new general counsel. Most recently, Ramey was a principal at Goodman Allen & Filetti, a law firm in Virginia.
Previously, he was a founder of Ramey-Michael Business Law Group, a boutique business law firm, and he also was a partner at Hirschler Fleischer law firm.
According to Allegiancy, Ramey brings experience in securities offerings, venture capital and “angel” financing, buy-sell agreements, and commercial real estate (leasing, acquisitions, and financing). Since 2005, Ramey has assisted clients in raising more than $1 billion of equity through private placements of securities.
Ramey has held leadership positions in the Virginia Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He holds a law degree from the University of Richmond, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.