Malcolm Peck-McQueen

Malcolm Peck-McQueen

Associate, Financial Services

Contact Information

mpeckmcqueen@osler.com

tel: 416.862.6437

Office

Toronto

Bar Admission

Ontario, 2019

New York, 2019

Education

Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D.

University of Toronto, Hons B.A. (with high distinction)

Language(s)

English

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.

    *Notable matters prior to joining Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

    * North American Containerboard LP (“NAC”) in connection with its financing by a syndicate of lenders led by HSBC Bank Canada, as administrative agent, Toronto-Dominion Bank and Bank of Montreal, as co-green loan coordinators of a C$25 million revolving credit facility and a C$251 million non-revolving term credit facility, to be used in connection with, among other things, the construction of NAC’s 100% recycled containerboard paper mill in Whitby, Ontario. The financing was the first labelled “green loan” in Canadian history in compliance with the Loan Market Association’s Green Loan Principles Supporting Environmentally Sustainable Economic Activity

    * The lenders, agent, and lead arranger in connection with a US$280 million initial term loan facility and US$45 million delayed draw term loan facility to a provider of fibre optic network services, to be used to refinance certain existing indebtedness and for capital expenditures

    * The agent and lender in connection with a US$60 million first lien term loan facility and a US$15 million revolving credit facility to finance the acquisition of a provider of information technology audits, security, and compliance solutions by a private equity investor

    * BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. in its conversion and merger of its TSX‐listed closed‐end investment funds into open‐end mutual funds

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • New York State Bar Association

  • “Retail Investment Funds in Canada: Regulatory Overview”, Practical Law Global Guide 2021: Investment Funds, Thomson Reuters, June 2021 (Co-author).
  • “Ontario Court of Appeal Clarifies Requirements for Foreclosure on Investment Property under the Personal Property Security Act”, Blog Post, May 2021 (Author).
  • “CSA Provide Guidance to Investment Fund Managers on Effective Liquidity Risk Management”, Corporate Securities and Finance Law Report, LexisNexis, December 2020 (Author).
  • “Establishing a Financial Institution in Canada: Questions and Answers”, Practical Law Country Q&A, Thomson Reuters, July 2020 (Contributor).
  • “CSA Propose Reforms to Reduce Regulatory Burden for Investment Funds”, Blog Post, November 2019 (Co-Author).