Brian Kelsall specializes in corporate project finance with particular emphasis on public private partnerships and infrastructure development both internationally and domestically. He advises lenders, sponsors and investors in respect of projects in Canada and abroad in the infrastructure, energy, telecom, mining, oil & gas and power sectors. He has extensive banking law, securitization and mergers & acquisitions experience. Brian advises participants in respect of projects in Canada in the infrastructure, mining, energy, power and real estate sectors. Recent transactions in which Brian acted as lead counsel include advising the lenders on Infrastructure Ontario's Eglinton Crosslinx PPP Project, advising the winning consortium on the US Pennsylvania Bridges Project and the US 36 Toll Road Project in Colorado and advising the Federal Government on its Communications Security Establishment Canada Long Term Accommodation Project. Brian is a member of the Law Society of England and Wales and the International Bar Association. He is recognized by several publications as a leading practitioner in project finance and banking law, in Canada and internationally. Brian was called to the Ontario Bar in 1982, the Albert Bar in 1985 and the Roll of Solicitors of England and Wales in 2005.