Robert Brant > McCarthy Tétrault > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile
McCarthy Tétrault Offices
66 Wellington Street West
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Toronto ON M5K 1E6
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Robert Brant is the Managing Partner of our London, England office where he has been based since 1998. He is an experienced corporate/commercial lawyer, focusing his practice on transatlantic M&A and capital markets work.
Rob regularly advises a wide range of Canadian and international companies in connection with European M&A and corporate finance transactions (including new stock exchange listings) as well as significant commercial contracts. Mr. Brant’s experience extends to a number of different sectors with a focus on all forms of energy, natural resources, cannabis and technology. Clients which Mr. Brant has recently represented include Asanko Gold, CGI, CIBC, Dadco Group, Duke Royalty, Enbridge, First Quantum Minerals, Helios Investors, Heritage Oil, Mercuria Energy Trading, National Bank, Sundial Growers, TD Bank and Vitol.
England and Wales, 1999
Ontario bar, 1993
Director and Past President of the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce
Chair of the Maple Leaf Trust
LLB, Osgoode Hall Law School
BA (Economics), University of Western Ontario
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
With offices in New York and London, McCarthy Tétrault‘s international network is well positioned to act for a number of its key corporate clients. The firm offers a truly global scope with its international practice, with particular emphases on West Africa, focusing on the mining and energy sectors, Latin America, Australia and the Middle East. Shea Small, based out of London and Toronto, co-heads the international practice alongside Middle Eastern specialist Karl Tabbakh. Robert Brant serves as the managing partner for the London office, while Matthew Cumming serves as managing partner in New York, with both providing M&A expertise. Other key names include London-based projects group head Christopher Langdon and Joyce Lee, who has experience connecting Canadian and Chinese clients.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Competition and antitrust
- Corporate and M&A
- Infrastructure projects
- International trade
- Transport > Other transport
- Energy and natural resources > Power
- Real estate