Denver-based Newmont Mining Corp. completed a US$1.1 billion cross-border offering of its common stock on November 12, 2003. The Canadian portion of the offering was completed using the north-bound multijurisdictional disclosure system.
The offering was led by JP Morgan and UBS Investment Bank as joint bookrunning underwriters. The co-manager group included Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc., CIBC World Markets Inc., Citigroup, HSBC, National Bank Financial, RBC Capital Markets Inc., Scotia Capital Inc. and Griffiths McBurney & Partners Corp.
Newmont Mining was represented in-house by Britt Banks, vice-president, general counsel and secretary; and Sharon Thomas, assistant general counsel and assistant secretary; in Canada by Goodmans LLP, with a team led by Jonathan Lampe, and included Bob Vaux, Neil Harris and Yi-Wen Hsu; and in the US by White & Case LLP in New York, with a team led by Maureen Brundage, and included Kai Rebane and Jennifer Kruer Gordon; and by Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz in New York, with a team led by David Katz.
The underwriters were represented in Canada by Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, with a team led by Pam Hughes, and included Mario Josipovic and Erica Young; and in the US by Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York, with a team led by Bob Downes, and included Matthew Brennan, Brian Burns, Ari Kahn and Dan O’Sullivan.