Jason Kroft is a partner in the Banking & Finance, Financial Products & Services, Capital Markets and Emissions Trading & Climate Change Groups. His practice covers a broad range of advisory and transactional matters in the corporate-commercial law area, with a focus on corporate and structured finance matters including financial products, structured finance, energy, commodity and mining products and transactions, public and private asset securitization, banking and secured finance including project finance and covering a range of exchange-traded and over the counter derivative products. Jason’s diverse clientele includes banks and other financial institutions and financial intermediaries, investment banks and securities dealers, investment and hedge funds, pension funds and their administrators, governmental and quasi-governmental entities including sovereign wealth funds, industrial companies, mining ventures, trustees, custodians, agents and rating agencies, among others. In addition to his practice, Jason co-Chairs the Community Involvement and Pro Bono Committee in the Toronto office. Jason is an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School in the fields of negotiation and business enterprises.