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FASKEN

15TH FLOOR, 125 OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON, EC2N 1AR, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7917 8500
Fax:
Fax 020 7917 8555
Email:
Web:
www.fasken.com

Jodi Katz

Tel:
Work 020 7917 8579
Email:
FASKEN

Work Department

Corporate and commercial.

Position

Partner in corporate/commercial group with a focus on natural resources sector (mining and energy). Majority of time spent advising companies doing transactions with a Canadian component, particularly with respect to IPOs and M&A with companies listed on TSX or TSX-V. Also has extensive experience in debt capital markets offerings.

Career

Qualified 1999 (Ontario); 2005 (England and Wales). Associate; Fasken Martineau 1999-2004 (Toronto and London); White & Case 2004-09 (London); Fasken Martineau 2009-11 (London); partner Fasken Martineau LLP 2012 to date.

Member

Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association.

Education

Thornlea Secondary School, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, (BA, LLB, MBA).


London: Foreign firms

Canadian firms in London

Within: Canadian firms in London

FASKEN's London office acts as a key link to the firm’s Canadian and South African networks. It advises clients in the mining, energy, infrastructure and banking sectors, principally in respect of capital markets transactions, corporate and commercial matters, M&A deals, project finance, and public-private partnerships. Al Gourley is the regional managing partner of the London office and is widely respected for his mining law expertise. Abayomi Akinjide and Jodi Katz are also key partners.

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London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Mining and minerals

Within: Mining and minerals

FASKEN 's client roster includes a wide array of entities including brokers, corporates, mining companies, banks and investors. The main names to note within the firm's mining and minerals offering are Jodi Katz , Thomas Wexler and managing partner Al Gourley who has substantial experience  in cross-border transactions, IPOs and corporate finance mandates within the natural resources sector.

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