Simon A. Finch
Simon A. Finch
(416) 863-2159
(416) 863-2653
199 Bay St, Suite 4000, Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1995 (ON)
Simon's practice focuses on private debt transactions, acting for both borrowers and lenders. He has extensive experience structuring and negotiating syndicated credits, asset-based loans, capital call facilities, and project financings. In particular, he provides advice with respect to acquisition financings, including both strategic and sponsor leveraged buyouts and tender-offer financings for public companies. He has developed particular expertise in the mining sector, and has been recognized as a leading Canadian lawyer in global mining. Simon's clients include numerous foreign financial institutions, private equity funds, corporations, and law firms who retain him to assist with the Canadian aspects of multi-jurisdictional financings. He is a frequent participant in conferences and panels, and has written and spoken about a wide variety of commercial lending issues.
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Colas Canada completed the acquisition of the Miller McAsphalt Group on February 28, 2018.
On October 27, 2017, Toromont Industries Ltd. (Toromont) completed the largest acquisition in its history — a $1.07-billion purchase of the businesses and net operating assets of the Hewitt Group of companies (Hewitt) in exchange for cash and shares of Toromont. This was a transformative transaction for Toromont, significantly expanding its Caterpillar dealership network and market opportunities.
IAMGOLD Corporation completed the sale of its Niobec Mine (Niobec), one of the world’s three niobium producers, for total consideration of US$530 million.