Christopher S. Murray
Christopher S. Murray
(416) 862-6701
(416) 862-6666
100 King St W, Suite 6200, 1 First Cdn Pl, PO Box 50, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1985 (ON)
Chris is the trusted principal legal advisor to a number of large publicly traded issuers and their Boards, including REITs, as well as Canadian pension plans, international sovereign wealth funds and private equity sponsors. Chris’ practice focuses on mergers and investments, governance and disclosure advice as well as corporate finance, the latter principally involving REITs and their underwriters. Chris practised in Australia early in his career while on a two-year secondment from Osler.
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Chorus Aviation has completed its previously announced bought deal public offering of 11,628,000 common shares of Chorus, which, for greater certainty, means for Canadian investors, Class B Voting Shares of Chorus, and for non-Canadian investors, Class A Variable Voting Shares of Chorus (collectively, the Shares) at $8.60 per Share for gross proceeds $100,000,800.
On May 1, 2015, Chorus Aviation Inc. acquired Voyageur Airways, a private company based in North Bay, Ontario. Voyageur is a Transport Canada approved air operator and an integrated provider of specialized aviation services, including contract flying operations both internationally and domestically, and offers advanced engineering and maintenance capabilities.
On August 16, 2006 Teranet Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Teranet Income Fund, completed a private placement of two series of rated senior secured bonds.
InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust successfully completed on May 16, 2006 an offering of $75 million 6 per cent convertible unsecured subordinated series B debentures on a bought-deal basis.
On October 8, 2003, InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust completed a secondary offering of its 9.75 per cent convertible unsecured subordinated debentures due on June 30, 2007.