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Stacy McLean

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Recent representative experience includes acting for:

Investment Funds:

  • Acted for Disruption Ventures Limited Partnership in connection with its launch of a women-focused venture fund, the first private female-founded venture capital fund for women entrepreneurs, and its initial raise of C$13-million

  • Acted for Canoe Financial LP on its acquisition of the investment fund management contracts for nine Fiera Capital mutual funds from Fiera Capital Corporation

  • Canoe EIT Income Fund on its C$140-million series 1 preferred unit offering.

  • CI Financial Corp. on its acquisition of Sentry Investments Inc. for C$780-million in cash and common shares of CI Financial Corp.

  • First Asset Capital Corp. in connection with CI Financial Corp.'s acquisition of First Asset Capital Corp. and the related change of control of the investment manager and regulatory approvals.

  • TDB Split Corp. on a C$28,117,500 public offering of Class A and Priority Equity Shares.

  • Dividend 15 Split Corp. II on C$44,062,500 public offering of Class A and Preferred Shares.

  • Financial 15 Split Corp. on a C$38,295,250 public offering of Class A and Preferred Shares.

  • LogiQ Capital's corporate class mutual fund LOGIQ Mutual Funds Ltd.

  • A syndicate of agents on a C$25-million offering of limited partnership units by NCE Diversified Flow-Through (16) Limited Partnership.

  • A syndicate of agents on a C$14-million offering of limited partnership units by Canoe 2016 Flow-Through LP.

Corporate Finance:

  • A Canadian financial institution in connection with its C$5-billion medium term notes (principal at risk structured notes) program and US$6-billion structured note program.

  • A Canadian financial institution on its C$800-million offering of preferred shares (NVCC).

  • Ceres Global Ag Corp. in its C$75-million rights offering of common shares in Canada and the United States

Awards & Recognition
  • Chambers Canada: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2020 (Investment Funds)

Professional Activities

Stacy is a director of Stop Community Food Centre and a governance committee member of Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada. She is also a member of Women in Capital Markets and the Alternative Investment Management Association.

Publications
Professional Appearances
  • Panellist: Update on Securities Litigation: Recent Developments and Emerging Trends
    Business Class Seminar, February 21, 2019.
  • Panellist: Corporate Governance and Shareholder Activism
    Business Class Seminar, February 2018.
  • Speaker: Navigating the Alternative Funds Landscape: The View From Canada, Europe and the United States
    AIMA Client Seminar, February 2018.
  • Panellist: Women in Finance: Is Your Organization leaving Untapped Talent at the Door?
    Women in ETFs, Toronto Ontario, June 21, 2017.
Media Activities
  • Interviewed: Video - Empowering Women Crucial to Female Representation in Law
    Canadian Lawyer Magazine, March 8, 2019.
Education
Admitted to the Ontario Bar - 2002
J.D., University of Toronto - 2001
B.Comm., Queen's University - 1998
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