William K. Jenkins
William K. Jenkins
Partner at Dentons Canada LLP
(403) 268-6835
(403) 268-3100
850 2nd St SW, Fl 15, Bankers Crt, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1983 (ON); 1986 (AB)
Bill is co-lead of Dentons’ Banking and Financial Services practice group in Calgary and has a diverse transaction-based practice advising on the structuring and implementation of debt and equity financings, project financings, mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures. Bill was the presiding member of the National Partnership Board of Dentons Canada from 2009 to 2015 and participated in the formation of Dentons, serving as the first Global Vice Chair of Dentons from Canada during the period from 2012 until the end of 2015. Bill received the Client Choice Award for 2016, 2017 and 2018 from the International Law Office with respect to M&A in Alberta. These awards recognize lawyers around the world that stand apart for the excellent client service they provide. Bill represented the Canadian Bankers’ Association in Alberta for many years and has experience advising financial institutions on issues relating to lending practices and capital markets compliance. He is also a former Chairman of the Securities Law section of the Canadian Bar Association in Southern Alberta and a frequent contributor to seminars on corporate finance topics.
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Enbridge Inc., through a wholly owned subsidiary, acquired a 24.9 per cent interest in the 400 megawatt Rampion Offshore Wind Project in the United Kingdom.
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