Malcolm is an associate in Osler’s Financial Services Group. Malcolm’s practice involves advising lenders and borrowers on both domestic and cross-border financing matters, including acquisition financings, asset-based credit facilities, syndicated and bilateral loan transactions, project financing and securitizations. He also practises in structured finance, advising a variety of market participants on derivatives transactions and derivatives regulatory matters.
Malcolm graduated from the J.D. program at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2018. He previously completed a degree in political science and Spanish at the University of Toronto. He speaks conversational Spanish.
Prior to joining Osler, Malcolm was a corporate associate at another leading Canadian law firm with a focus on banking, investment funds and asset management and general corporate and commercial law. He has also practised as a finance and restructuring associate at an international law firm in New York.
Malcolm is currently completing the Canadian Securities Institute’s Derivatives Fundamentals Course.