Anthony Spadaro
Anthony Spadaro
(416) 863-0900
(416) 863-0871
155 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2009
A partner with a broad practice across a range of sectors, Anthony regularly advises clients—including institutional lenders, project sponsors, and private equity groups—on financing transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and public–private partnerships. Clients particularly value Anthony’s expertise in the renewable energy industry, in which he acts for lenders in connection with the financing of solar, wind, and hydroelectric projects and for acquirers and sellers of renewable energy assets. He also has significant experience in lending and capital markets transactions, advising both lenders and borrowers on a variety of debt financing transactions. Select Recognition: Chambers Canada; IFLR1000The Legal 500 Canada; Lexpert® Special Edition — Energy and Infrastructure; The Best Lawyers in Canada.
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On Aug. 27, 2020, Kineticor Resource Corp., together with joint development sponsors Macquarie Capital and OPTrust and project sponsors OPTrust, Axium Infrastructure and DIF Capital Partners, successfully closed financing on the $1.5-billion Cascade Power Project
Renewables will stay strong
Renewable energy sources remain on the ascendant as green technology enters the mainstream and concern over environmental pollution and global warming remain — and that growth is expected to continue
Kineticor Resource Corp. successfully closed financing on the $1.5 billion Cascade Power Project
TransAlta Corporation, a TSX- and NYSE-listed Calgary-based power generator and electricity marketer, completed the first tranche of a $750-million strategic investment by an affiliate of Brookfield Renewable Partners
In Canada’s largest M&A transaction of 2014, US-based Burger King Worldwide Inc. acquired Tim Hortons Inc. in a $12.5-billion deal that created a global powerhouse quick service restaurant company based in Canada. Combined, the company now has more than 18,000 restaurants in 100 countries.