Yousaf Khan
Associate | Toronto
Toronto: 416-863-2798

Yousaf’s practice focuses on a range of domestic and international M&A and equity and debt capital markets transactions, including public offerings and private placements of equity and debt securities. He also advises clients on corporate governance and securities regulatory matters, including the continuous disclosure obligations of public issuers.


Yousaf’s recent experience includes advising:

  • TD Bank Group on its acquisition of all of the shares of Layer 6 Inc., a Toronto-based artificial intelligence innovator and pioneer serving the financial services industry

  • The underwriters in connection with the C$2.8-billion secondary offering of common shares of Hydro One Limited

  • The dealer syndicate on the C$4-billion medium term note program of Hydro One Inc. under a base shelf prospectus

  • Sprott Resource Corp. (now Sprott Resource Holdings Inc.) in connection with its business combination by way of plan of arrangement with Adriana Resources Inc.

  • Canadian counsel to Warburg Pincus LLC on recent Canadian investment and acquisition transactions

  • Mastech Digital, Inc. on its acquisition of substantially all of the assets of InfoTrellis Inc.

  • The Special Committees of Amaya Inc. and Mainstreet Health Investments Inc. (now Invesque Inc.) in connection with a proposed going-private transaction and a related-party transaction, respectively

  • WPT Industrial REIT in connection with its bought deal treasury and secondary offerings and private placement of REIT units totalling US$200-million from July 2016 to June 2017

  • Various issuers in connection with their convertible and non-convertible debt offerings, including goeasy Ltd. and Liquor Stores N.A. Ltd.

  • The underwriters in connection with various offerings of Canadian, U.S. dollar and Euro denominated high-yield notes, including offerings by AGT Food and Ingredients, Restaurant Brands International, Kinross Gold Corporation and McKesson Corporation

  • Pattern Energy Group in connection with its U.S./Canada cross-border public offerings