Experienced Counsel to Fortune 500, middle market, emerging growth and private equity clients 

JD, UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall)


BS, Psychology, California Lutheran University


Admitted: California, Washington, DC

Founder

Los Angeles Historic Financial District 

Tony Borrego is a seasoned strategic finance, business and legal advisor. Tony has a unique set of skills, having practiced corporate law for over 15 years and having significant finance experience as a partner in a LA based boutique investment banking firm and as a private equity professional at American Capital, Ltd., a publicly traded private equity firm and global asset manager with over $20 billion in assets under management.


Tony began his legal career at LA's oldest and most prestigious law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP, where over 9 years at the firm he successfully represented many Fortune 500 clients, global private equity firms and other financial institutions in various complex transactional matters with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, finance transactions and international transactions.    


Approaching every client matter with a focus on finding practical solutions, Tony has an impressive track record, advising clients on over 100 transactions with an aggregate transaction value in excess of $10 billion. 


Tony serves as President of the Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center, a non-profit organization under contract with the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) which coordinates and provides community-based services to individuals with developmental disabilities.  ELARC's annual budget is over $200 million.


Tony has served as a board member, volunteer, advisor and pro bono counsel to many community and not-for-profit organizations, including Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Women for Women International, National Immigration Law Center, Bet Tzedek Legal Services, California Hispanic Corporate Council, Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center, MALDEF, DC Charter School Board and Disability Rights Legal Center.