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Mr Michael Henriques
Corporate; Banking and Finance; Mergers and Acquisitions; Joint Ventures; Financial Institutions; Energy; Mining; Real Estate
Michael joined Dentons Canada LLP’s Toronto office in 2014 after practicing at a leading Canadian law firm and is a member of the Financial Services Group.
As a member of the Financial Services Group, Michael advises foreign and domestic clients on a wide range of transactions with a particular emphasis on loan syndications, cash flow and asset based lending, project financings, mezzanine financings, cross border financings, inter-creditor arrangements, acquisition financings and real estate financings. Michael also advises clients in connection with corporate restructuring, private mergers and acquisitions and other corporate matters.
Michael acts for a number of financial institutions as well as other public and private entities in the financial services, resource, manufacturing, entertainment and retail industries with a particular emphasis on renewable energy.
University of Western Ontario, 2002, LL.B.
University of Western Ontario, 1998, B.A.
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Dentons draws on its enviable international platform to handle a significant volume of multi-jurisdictional financings. The group also shines in matters relating to emerging legal markets, including the cannabis, fintech, and cryptocurrency and payments spheres. Toronto-based national group head Ryan Middleton is recognized for his representation of major Canadian banks in technology lending, while Toronto-based Dennis Wiebe co-chairs the global group and specializes in lending and restructuring transactions. Michael Henriques, who has an emphasis on sponsor/fund finance work, and financial institutions head Heidi Clark are also recommended in Toronto. Joel Cabelli spearheads the department in Montreal.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Transport > Aviation
- Business immigration
- Dispute Resolution
- Dispute resolution: Alberta
- Energy and natural resources > Oil and gas
- Capital markets
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: British Columbia
- Dispute resolution: Ontario
- Dispute resolution: Quebec
- Indigenous law
- International trade
- Labour and employment
- Energy and natural resources > Mining
- Transport > Other transport
- Energy and natural resources > Power
- Public procurement
- Real estate
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance
- Competition and antitrust
- Infrastructure projects
- Intellectual property