Natalie Munroe

Natalie Munroe

Head, Osler Works – Transactional

Key Contact: Osler Works – Transactional

Contact Information

nmunroe@osler.com

tel: 613.787.1104

Office

Ottawa

Areas of Expertise

Bar Admission

Ontario, 2009

New York, 2004 

Education

McGill University, LL.B./B.C.L.

University of Western Ontario, B.A. (Hons)

Language(s)

English

Natalie Munroe is head of Osler Works – Transactional, our in-house ALSP for transactions, that uses a combination of people, process and technology to support our deal teams and clients largely in the context of corporate and commercial transactions. She leads a specialized team of lawyers and business professionals who pair their expertise with innovative legal technologies to deliver customized, end-to-end transaction guidance and support. 

In the early part of her career, she was a corporate associate with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP in New York and London followed by a few years of practice with Osler. She advised domestic and foreign companies on mergers and acquisitions, securities law matters and general corporate matters.

After several years in private practice, Natalie moved to an in-house position. As Senior Legal Counsel at The Bank of Nova Scotia, she provided transactional advice to their treasury team and worked on a wide variety of transactions in Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. She collaborated with her colleagues on the treasury team to strengthen relationships with external advisors and focusing on alternative pricing models and streamlining work processes.

That experience has fostered a deep understanding of what clients need and expect from their external advisors. Natalie brings a client perspective to this innovative position at Osler.

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