Banking & Finance

Cox & Palmer has a leading banking and finance practice, based on years of representing sophisticated clients with interests in Canada and internationally. We have an integrated team focused on providing comprehensive, innovative and practical legal advice on a variety of matters including, transactions, financial operations and regulatory compliance.

Our reputation for a personal working relationship with our clients is surpassed only by our reputation for insightful, trustworthy advice. With industry knowledge and experience representing leading corporations, domestic and foreign financial institutions, government treasury boards and others, we are available to provide reliable advice on a full range of issues and financial products.

Our multi-disciplinary platform allows us to draw on the expertise of lawyers who specialize in securities and corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, and tax law, ensuring a thorough approach and seamless end-to-end service on any transaction or matter.

 

Related Areas of Law:

Real Estate
Restructuring & Insolvency
Securities & Corporate Finance
Tax

Articles & Insights

Environmental Obligations in Bankruptcy – Who is Responsible?

The Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) released its decision in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd., 2019 SCC 51 (“Redwater”) on January 31, 2019. The case is expected to have sweeping implications for the Oil and Gas industry in Alberta, but the implications extend beyond that industry, and beyond that province. Background In Redwater, […]

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QuadrigaCX

Law firms Miller Thomson LLP and Cox & Palmer have been appointed as Representative Counsel on behalf of the approximately 115,000 users affected by the shutdown of the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange. Users affected by the Quadriga case are invited to contact Representative Counsel via the dedicated website.

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Nova Scotia Aims to Supercharge Start-up Growth With Revised Equity Tax Credit

On January 17, 2019, Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board (“NSFTB”) announced changes to the Province’s Equity Tax Credit program, a popular tax credit program that has been in place since 1994 and utilized by many Nova Scotia companies and investors in a number of different industries. The Province’s stated goal for re-working the Equity […]

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