Jen Hansen
Jen Hansen
(604) 691-6114
(604) 691-6120
885 West Georgia St, Suite 2200, HSBC Bldg, Vancouver, BC
Year called to bar: 2010
Jen Hansen serves as Co-Chair of the Mining Group at Cassels. Her practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions and corporate finance. Jen specializes in the representation of public mining companies involved in complex transactions, including business combination transactions, takeover bids, domestic and cross-border public offerings, and other finance transactions. In addition, Jen advises on continuous disclosure obligations, corporate governance, and regulatory compliance, including mineral project disclosure and recommendations for aligning governance practices with best practice recommendations. Jen is called to the Bar in Ontario (2010) and British Columbia (2012).
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Deal allows for the purchase of the remaining 80.5 per cent of Corvus not owned by AngloGold Ashanti
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.
On March 17, 2015, Silver Wheaton Corp. completed a bought deal common share offering pursuant to the multijurisdictional disclosure system (MJDS). An aggregate of 38,930,000 common shares were sold for aggregate gross proceeds of US$800 million. Silver Wheaton used the net proceeds to fund its acquisition of an additional 25 per cent gold stream from Vale S.A.’s Salobo Mine, located in Brazil.
On March 13, 2015, Goldcorp completed its $526 million acquisition of Probe Mines Limited by way of a plan of arrangement. Probe’s principal asset is the 100 per cent-owned Borden Gold project located near Chapleau, Ontario.