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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)
The Canadian arm of global firm Dentons has worked hard to raise its profile in banking and finance over recent years. A safe pair of hands for mid-market domestic and cross-border lender-side work, the group also has experience in representing borrowers. Toronto-based Dennis Wiebe leads the national group and focuses on lending transactions and restructuring and insolvency work. Michael Henriques is another key contact in Toronto and is recognized for his solid lender-side practice. The group also draws upon the experience of Toronto’s Heidi Clark and Montréal-based Joel Cabelli, both of whom advise on a full spread of finance matters.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Transport > Aviation
- Dispute resolution
- Indigenous law
- Business immigration
- Capital markets
- Corporate and M&A
- Infrastructure projects
- International trade
- Labour and employment
- Energy and natural resources > Mining
- Energy and natural resources > Oil and gas
- Transport > Other transport
- Energy and natural resources > Power
- Public procurement
- Real estate
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance
- Competition and antitrust