Jeremy J. Forgie
Jeremy J. Forgie
(416) 863-3888
(416) 863-2653
199 Bay St, Suite 4000, Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1985 (ON)
Jeremy advises some of the largest pension plans and pension fund investment managers in Canada on plan and fund governance, pension fund investment, divestiture, acquisition, funding, and de-risking issues. He also works with some of Canada's largest public corporations in advising on the design, implementation, and taxation of executive and directors’ incentive and stock compensation plans. In addition, Jeremy advises private- and public-sector employers, numerous Canadian and foreign consulting firms, and financial institutions on pension fund investment structures, cross-border, pension legislation, tax, trust, and benefit issues arising in connection with corporate transactions, privatizations, insolvencies, funding issues, ongoing compliance with regulatory requirements, and the development and documentation of pension and employee benefit plans and related funding and custody arrangements. Jeremy has written and spoken on a wide range of topics in his area of practice. He is a member of the Association of Canadian Pension Management, the Canadian Tax Foundation, the International Pension & Employee Benefits Lawyers Association, and the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals.
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On November 1, 2017, The Washington Cos. (Washington), a group of privately held North American mining, industrial and transportation businesses founded by industrialist and entrepreneur Dennis R. Washington, completed its acquisition of Dominion Diamond Corp. (Dominion) for approximately $1.5 billion.
HollyFrontier Corporation (HFC) announced the completion of the acquisition of Suncor Energy’s Petro-Canada Lubricants business (PCLI) for $1.125 billion. The transaction closed on February 1, 2017.
On April 29, 2016, the Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) sold the business operations and assets of Roynat Lease Finance, a lease financing business and a division of Roynat Inc., to Meridian Credit Union Limited (Meridian), Ontario’s largest credit union.