Partner at Wildeboer Dellelce LLP practising corporate and securities law. Troy represents a number of public and private companies in a broad spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, construction, automotive, consumer goods, financial services, technology, natural resources and real estate. He also regularly acts for investment dealers, financial institutions, private equity firms, venture capital firms and merchant banks. Troy counsels clients in both domestic and cross-border public and private financings, M&A transactions, friendly and contested takeover bids, proxy fights and corporate restructurings and reorganizations as well as with respect to corporate governance matters including advising special committees. Troy sits on the M&A sub-committee of the American Bar Association and participated in the publication of a number of the ABA's Canadian Public Target M&A Deal Points Study and Canadian Private Target M&A Deal Points Study. Troy is active in his community and sits on the Board of the National Diabetes Trust Corporation and was previously a member of the Board and Executive Committee of Food for Life Canada.
CanWel Building Materials Group Ltd. (CanWel or the Company) (TSX:CWX) completed a $60 million bought deal offering of senior unsecured notes of the Company. The offering was underwritten by a syndicate of underwriters led by National Bank Financial Inc., and included GMP Securities L.P., Canaccord Genuity Corp., CIBC World Markets Inc., Raymond James Ltd., RBC Dominion Securities Inc., and Haywood Securities Inc. The notes trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol CWX-NT.A. The net proceeds of the offering are expected to be used for the repayment of bank debt and for general corporate purposes.
On July 6, 2017, CCL Industries Inc. (CCL) completed its secondary offering of five million Class B non-voting shares (the Offered Shares), at a price of $66.65 per Offered Share for aggregate gross proceeds of $333,250,000 (the Offering).