Alison Lacy is a member of Fasken’s Global Mining Group and the Infrastructure Group in the firm’s Toronto office. Alison has significant experience with project development, project financing, mining and energy-related transactions. She has lived in Veracruz, Mexico, and is fluent in Spanish. Alison has advised on the procurement, development and financing aspects of mining projects in Canada, Panama, Cuba, Chile, Peru, Mexico and Madagascar. She has also worked on transactions in the electricity and resource sectors in Canada, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay, China and India. She is currently involved in the infrastructure aspects of mining projects in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Panama. Alison is a member of the International Construction Projects Committee of the International Bar Association and The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation. She has been recognized for her business and mining law expertise in leading international legal publications, and has spoken regularly at mining conferences on project development. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 1987.
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