S. Jason Arbuck
S. Jason Arbuck
(416) 860-6889
(416) 644-9364
40 King St W, Suite 2100, Scotia Plaza, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1999 (ON)
Jason Arbuck is Chair of the Financial Services Group at Cassels. His practice is focused on the commercial finance industry with a particular emphasis on secured lending, asset-based lending, securitization, and factoring. He has significant experience assisting US commercial finance companies with establishing operations in Canada and completing cross-border financing transactions. Jason is a director of the Canadian Chapter of the Secured Finance Network (also known as SFNet, and formerly the Commercial Finance Association), an active member of the American Bar Association, an active member of the PPSL subcommittee of the Ontario Bar Association, and a director and the treasurer of the Association for Commercial Finance Attorneys (ACFA) in the United States. He has authored a number of ABA publications. Jason speaks regularly at industry events, has appeared on BNN’s SqueezePlay, and has guest lectured at the Schulich School of Business. Jason was called to the Ontario Bar in 1999.
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