Imran Ahmad
Imran Ahmad
(416) 202-6708
(416) 216-3930
222 Bay St, Suite 3000, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2008 (AB); 2008 (ON)
Imran Ahmad is the Canadian head of Norton Rose Fulbright’s technology group and the Canadian co-head of the information governance, privacy and cybersecurity practice. Imran advises clients across all industries on a wide array of complex technology-related matters, including outsourcing, cloud computing, SaaS, strategic alliances, technology development, system procurement and implementation, technology licensing and transfer, distribution, open source software, and electronic commerce. As part of his cybersecurity practice, Imran works closely with clients to develop and implement practical strategies related to cyber threats and data breaches. He advises on legal risk assessments, compliance, due diligence and risk allocation advice, security, and data breach incident preparedness and response. In addition, Imran has acted as "breach counsel" on some of the most complex cross-border and domestic cybersecurity incidents. He has extensive experience in managing complex security investigations and cross-border breaches. In his privacy law practice, he advises clients on compliance with all Canadian federal and provincial privacy and data management laws, with a particular focus on cross-border data transfer issues and enterprise-wide governance programs related to privacy.
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On September 30, 2015, BSM Technologies Inc. and Webtech Wireless Inc. completed the previously announced transaction by way of a court approved plan of arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia). Pursuant to the plan of arrangement, Webtech has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of BSM and all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Webtech were transferred to BSM in consideration for the issuance by BSM of 2.136 common shares of BSM and a cash payment of $0.52 for each Webtech share.
Antofagasta plc, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Antofagasta Investment Company Limited, acquired Duluth Metals Limited by way of a plan of arrangement at a price of $0.45 per share, for total cash consideration of approximately $52.8 million. Immediately following the acquisition, Antofagasta funded the purchase of $30-million aggregate principal amount convertible debentures, being all of Duluth’s outstanding convertible debentures.
NIBE Industrier AB (publ) of Sweden acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of WaterFurnace Renewable Energy, Inc. pursuant to a plan of arrangement under the Canada Business Corporations Act, for cash consideration of around $378 million.
Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A. (Campari) acquired Forty Creek Distillery Ltd., a leading independently owned spirits company in Canada, the producer of the award winning Forty Creek range of premium and fast growing Canadian whiskies.