Amanda C. Balasubramanian
Amanda C. Balasubramanian
Partner at Torys LLP
(416) 865-8137
(416) 865-7380
79 Wellington St W, Suite 3000, Box 270, TD Ctr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1999 (ON)
Amanda Balasubramanian is a leading lawyer in commercial banking and debt financings in Canada. Her legal acumen, market experience and proactive approach help move her clients’ goals and business strategy forward. Co-head of Torys’ Banking and Debt Finance Practice, Amanda represents lenders, sponsors and borrowers in domestic, international and global transactions, including acquisition finance, private equity and leveraged finance, liquidity financings, public and private offerings of debt securities, and streaming and royalty-based financings. Fund clients and lenders rely on her experience in designing fund finance products, including subscription facilities, NAV facilities and co-investment programs. Amanda’s work for clients extends to restructuring transactions, where she represents clients in debtor-in-possession and exit financings, as well as stream financings and the resultant intercreditor relationships.
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