Noah Schein > Norton Rose Fulbright > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
P.O. BOX 53,
M5K 1E7

Work Department

Banking and finance
Corporate, M&A and securities
Special situations




Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Banking and finance

(Rising stars)

Noah ScheinNorton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright excels in cross-border transactions, where it is able to leverage its broad global office network to serve its Canadian client base. It acts for top-flight lenders, including Bank of America, on a number of large syndicated facilities, project financings and other restructured finance agreements. On the borrower side, it offers particular strength in transactions in the energy, transport and infrastructure sectors. Energy work is often led by Rick Borden out of Calgary, who acted for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce to provide a C$1bn sustainability-linked credit facility. In Toronto, David Amato is known for his work in debt financing and asset-based transactions, and Elana Hahn is known for her cross-border transactional work. In Montreal, national practice coordinator Peter Wiazowski offers significant expertise in multi-jurisdictional debt financing, and Arnold Cohen focuses on asset-based lending. In a notable development, Noah Schein was promoted to partner.