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Kyle Gerow is an associate at Goodmans. He practices in the areas of corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on domestic and cross-border financing and corporate transactions.
Kyle’s experience includes asset-based lending, project finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings and complex regulatory matters. He has acted for key stakeholders in a range of transactions, including:
- JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. and Anchorage Capital Group in connection with a $380 million bridge facility to support a Canadian construction project;
- Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in connection with its US$950 million credit facilities with a syndicate of lenders led by Citibank, N.A.;
- Cineplex Inc. in connection with its $800 million credit facilities with a syndicate of lenders led by the Bank of Nova Scotia;
- Postmedia Network Inc. in connection with its recapitalization and restructuring under the CBCA and related credit facilities;
- Franco-Nevada Corporation in connection with a stream financing transaction;
- Acasta Enterprises Inc. in connection with its qualifying acquisition and related credit facilities;
- APLP Holdings Limited Partnership, a subsidiary of Atlantic Power Corporation, in connection with its $900 million credit facilities with a syndicate of lenders led by Goldman Sachs Lending Partners LLC;
- IAM Private Debt in connection with its refinancing of the Dorena hydroelectric project;
- Ganfeng Lithium Co., Ltd. in connection with the USD$355 million financing of the Cauchari-Olaroz lithium project in Argentina;
- Wells Fargo in connection with various matters.
Prior to law school, Kyle studied financial regulation at the London School of Economics. He also previously served as an assistant to an Ontario cabinet minister and interned with the U.S. State Department in Toronto.
|Education|| University of Toronto (J.D., 2015)
London School of Economics and Political Science (M.Sc. in Regulation (Financial Regulation), 2012)
Wilfrid Laurier University (B.A. (Honours) in History and Political Science (with Distinction), 2011)
Law Society of Ontario
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