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Daniel Ferreira

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  • Acted for an Ontario-based pension fund in the acquisition of major multi-family residential assets

  • Acted for Quebec- and Ontario-based pension funds in numerous acquisitions of office and industrial assets

  • Acted for a major pharmaceutical company in the sale of superficies rights and assignment of ground lease

  • Acted for a major foreign pension fund in the sale of 90 per cent interest of a downtown Montréal office building

  • Acted for the Government of Canada on its C$1.4-billion sale and leaseback of portfolio of seven office properties across Canada, containing approximately 3.5 million square feet of space.

  • Actively participated in the sale of Bell Canada Nuns' Island project, considered to be one of the largest and most prestigious single-tenant developments to have been built in Montréal

  • Represented an international pharmaceutical products distributor in connection with built-to-suit leases of office and warehouse premises

  • Acted as lender's counsel in a C$176-million acquisition financing of a multi-office complex in Montréal, Québec

Awards & Recognition

Daniel is recognized as a leading lawyer in the following publications:

  • The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory - 2019-2020 (Property Leasing)

  • The Best Lawyers in Canada - 2018-2020 (Real Estate Law)

  • Chambers Canada: Canada's Leading Lawyers for Business - 2018-2020 (Real Estate Law)

  • Who's Who Legal: Canada - 2016-2017 (Real Estate Law)

  • Legal Media Group's Rising Stars - 2015-2016

Professional Activities

Daniel is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Urban Development Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centres.

He regularly speaks at conferences and has authored and co-authored several articles on a variety of real estate topics.

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Education
Admitted to the Quebec Bar - 1999
Solicitor to the Supreme Court of England and Wales - 2003
LL.B., Université de Montréal - 1997
B.Sc., Université de Montréal - 1994
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