Uranium One Inc., quoted on the Toronto and Johannesburg stock exchanges, has recently completed the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding common shares of UrAsia Energy Ltd. Each common share of UrAsia has been exchanged for 0.45 of a common share of Uranium One. This acquisition resulted in the creation of a new globally diversified Uranium producer with an exciting growth profile and a combined fully diluted market capitalization of approximately US$5 billion. The new Uranium One is one of the world's largest Uranium companies ranked by market capitalization.
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP represented sxr Uranium One with a team comprised of John Turner, Richard Steinberg, Greg Ho Yuen, Georges Dubé, Bozidar Crnatovic, Aaron Atkinson and Amanda Field (mining/securities), Huy Do (competition), and William Bies and Mitchell Thaw (tax) from Toronto, and Lata Casciano and Blair Horn (mining/securities) from Vancouver.
Stikeman Elliott LLP was special transactional counsel to UrAsia with a team that consisted of John Anderson, Neville McClure, Jonathan Drance, Simon Romano (M&A), Derek Linfield (mining) Thomas Wachowski, Erin Zipes, Valerie Aberdeen, Kimberly Burns, Beayue Louie (corporate/securities), David Brown (litigation), David Muha, Dean Kraus (tax), Shawn Neylan and Kevin Rushton (regulatory). UrAsia was also represented by Michael Kennedy of Anfield Sujir Kennedy & Durno.
Macleod Dixon LLP lawyers Crae Garrett (energy), Zhibek Aidymbekova (regulatory), Maxim Telemtayev (energy), Yerzhan Kumarov (energy), Vyacheslav Melekhov (corporate), Alexey Bukhtiyarov (energy) and Alma Kassenova (corporate) provided legal opinions in respect of UrAsia's Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan subsidiaries and their mining properties and helped with Kazakhstan regulatory compliance.