Troy Ungerman's practice focuses on domestic, international and cross-border private mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, private equity, venture capital investments, strategic alliances and corporate reorganizations. He has extensive experience leading and advising clients in connection with complex multijurisdictional transactions involving multiple stakeholders. He routinely advises clients on, and implements, complex domestic and international post-merger integration reorganizations and structures. Troy provides transactional as well as corporate and commercial advice to clients in a wide array of industries, including the technology, aviation, retail, infrastructure, transport, payment card, manufacturing, financial services, telecommunications and healthcare industries. Troy is Norton Rose Fulbright Canada's chief diversity and inclusion officer, co-chair of the firm's Canadian private mergers & acquisitions team, chair and founder of the firm's Canadian Pride Network, and an elected member of the firm's Canadian partnership committee. In addition to being a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Canadian Bar Association, Troy is a member of the American Bar Association.
On Aug. 17, Visa Inc. completed an aggregate of US$3.25 billion of senior notes, which included US$500 million of 0.750 per cent senior notes due 2027, US$1.0 billion of 1.100 per cent senior notes due 2031 and US$1.750 billion of 2.000 per cent senior notes due 2050
On July 2, 2015, Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises Wireless Inc., operating as “Mobilicity”, was acquired by an affiliate of Rogers Communications Inc. in a transaction valued at $465 million. Mobilicity, a Canadian wireless telecommunications carrier, commenced creditor protection proceedings under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act in September 2013. The transaction offered significant value to Mobilicity’s creditors and allowed Mobilicity to emerge from creditor protection as a going concern. The transaction ensures certainty of service for Mobilicity customers on the Rogers network and also results in Rogers gaining significant spectrum capacity in new markets which provides faster speeds and better quality for all Rogers customers. The transaction was subject to government and court approvals and was completed on July 2, 2015.
City Centre Terminal Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Porter Aviation Holdings Inc. (PAHI), completed the sale of substantially all of its assets, including the passenger terminal at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA), to Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners GP (Nieuport), a consortium of Canadian and international infrastructure equity investors.