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Corporate Lending

Osler is “go to” Canadian counsel for some of the most sophisticated lenders in the world, because of our particular expertise advising on complex domestic and cross-border loan facilities. We advise leading North American and international financial institutions, as well as private equity investors and corporate borrowers on structuring and negotiating significant lending and restructuring transactions.

We have extensive experience acting for lenders and borrowers in domestic and cross-border financing transactions including: 

Key Contacts

Chris Bennett

Partner, Financial Services, Toronto

Joyce M. Bernasek

Partner, Financial Services, Toronto


Representative Work


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