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David Rennie

David Rennie
David Rennie Associate | Vancouver
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Recent examples of David’s corporate experience include acting for:

  • Standard Industries Inc. in its purchase of FT Synthetics

  • CYC Design Corporation/Reigning Champ in its sale to Aritzia Inc.

  • Array Canada Inc. in a strategic refinancing transaction

  • The Fertility Partners Inc. in a strategic reorganization

  • A global investment bank in its investment in a Canadian technology company

Recent examples of David’s anti-bribery and corruption and sanctions experience include:

  • Advising an international non-profit organization in relation to international bribery and corruption and sanctions compliance with respect to its operations evacuating refugees from Afghanistan

  • Advising Canadian pension funds and private equity companies on anti-bribery and corruption issues related to their investments

  • Advising mining companies on anti-bribery and corruption risks related to their operations in South America

  • Conducting a risk assessment for a major international company on its global operations

  • Designing and implementing a corporate compliance program for a major international company

David also has a diverse litigation and arbitration background, including acting for a multinational corporation in an arbitration relating to political risk insurance in a high-risk foreign energy jurisdiction.

Professional Activities

David provides advice to a number of not-for-profit and charitable organizations on a pro-bono basis, including recently advising an international non-profit organization with respect to its operations evacuating refugees from Afghanistan.

David is a member of The Law Society of British Columbia, the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association and The Advocates' Society.

Admitted to the British Columbia Bar - 2020
Admitted to the Alberta Bar - 2018
J.D., University of Calgary - 2017
B.A. (Political Science and History), Dalhousie University and the University of King's College - 2013
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