Andrew Parker > McCarthy Tétrault > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile

McCarthy Tétrault
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 5300, TD Bank Tower Box 48
Toronto ON M5K 1E6
Canada

Work Department

Capital Markets: Debt & Equity

Position

Andrew is co-head of the firm’s National Capital Markets Practice and is a partner in the firm’s Business Law Group in Toronto. Recognized as a leader in his field, Andrew’s practice focuses on corporate and securities law in general, including corporate finance (both domestic and cross-border), mergers and acquisitions, collective investment vehicles and registration and licensing matters. Andrew’s expertise in equity and debt capital markets combined with his practical, thorough, and responsive approach consistently make him the top choice for clients with sophisticated corporate and securities matters. Highly regarded by a variety of key sources, Andrew is involved in both public and private offerings for issuers, investors and underwriters with extensive experience in debt capital markets transactions (including high yield offerings). Clients count on Andrew’s deep understanding of the technical aspects of securities law to help guide them through complex legal matters efficiently and effectively. Recently acted on: Empire Life’s AT1 LRCN offering, Summit REIT’s offerings, Stelco’s offerings and NY Life Global Funding’s inaugural maple bond.

Career

Ontario Bar, 1996; New York Bar, 2004.

Memberships

Canadian Bar Association, American Bar Association

Leisure

Married with two children. Enjoys spending time with family travelling and skiing

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Capital markets

(Leading individuals)

Andrew ParkerMcCarthy Tétrault

Covering the full range of capital markets transactions, including public and private offerings, bought deals, debt offerings and other forms of follow-on offerings, McCarthy Tétrault is known for its combination of capital markets expertise, industry understanding and cross-border experience. The team has been increasingly involved in the issuing of new limited recourse capital notes (LRCN) debt instruments alongside the broader banking and finance practice, with Andrew Parker and Jo-Anna Brimmer recently acting for RBC in the issuance of C$1.75bn worth of them. The department also has experience in cross-border public offerings made through the Canada-US Multi-Jurisdictional Disclosure System (MJDS). Parker co-leads the team from Toronto, while Patrick Boucher, who is known for his expertise with Quebecois financial institutions, leads the team in Montréal. Other key names include structured finance co-head Dean Masse, and banking and finance leader Marc MacMullin. The team was also bolstered by the hires of Alyson Goldman, Jessica Brown and Bradley Squibb from Burnet Duckworth & Palmer LLP.