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Year called to bar: 1990 (ON)
Frank Arnone is a partner in the Business Law Group at Cassels and serves as co-Chair of the firm’s Private Equity Group. Frank’s practice emphasizes domestic and cross-border mergers & acquisitions and corporate finance for a wide variety of issuer, underwriter, and private equity clients. Frank offers extensive experience working on complex transactions in a wide range of industry sectors. He also provides ongoing advice on corporate and securities law, stock exchange compliance, and corporate governance matters. Frank has written extensively on a wide variety of private equity, corporate finance, and securities topics including corporate governance. Frank is recognized as a leader in his field and has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy and Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare, where he was also Chair of the Governance Committee. Frank is also currently on the Chairman’s Advisory Board of CloudMD Software. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1990.
Spin Master Corp. (Spin Master) completed a secondary offering of 2,794,800 subordinate voting shares at a price of $53.40 per subordinate voting share, indirectly, beneficially owned by the founders of Spin Master (the Selling Shareholders) for gross proceeds of approximately $150 million.
On May 24, 2017, Spin Master Corp. (Spin Master) (TSX: TOY) completed a secondary offering of 3,681,000 subordinate voting shares at a price of $40.75 per subordinate voting share, indirectly, beneficially owned by the founders of Spin Master (the Selling Shareholders) for gross proceeds of approximately $150 million.
Spin Master Corp. (Spin Master), a leading global children’s entertainment company that creates, designs, manufactures and markets a diversified portfolio of innovative toys, games, products and entertainment properties, completed its initial public offering of subordinate voting shares at a price of $18.00 per share, for total aggregate gross proceeds of approximately $253 million.