Allen & Overy has a long history of working with Canadian companies. Canadian banks and institutions were among our first international clients when the firm was founded in 1930.
Our Canada practice acts as international counsel to leading Canadian pension funds, banks and corporates as they look outside of Canada for investment opportunities. We have supported them as they expand their horizons as well as working with our multi-national clients looking to do business in Canada.
Our global team consists of lawyers with an understanding and awareness of both international and Canadian markets and public and private sector expertise.
From our New York and Washington offices, we provide U.S. law advice to a number of large Canadian financial institutions. We have a track record advising the largest Canadian banks around the world on complex matters, having acted in some of the most sophisticated and prestigious deals in the market.
For matters relating to Canadian law, we work closely with premier local Canadian counsel. Our global network and our close ties with these Canadian firms enable us to provide a comprehensive and informed service to our clients across a broad range of transactions.
News & insights
Publications: 19 AUGUST 2021
New York-based partners Rajani Gupta and Judah Frogel of A&O's U.S. Leveraged Finance practice provided insights on the US leveraged loan market, which were recently published in Thomson Reuters’…Read more
News: 09 AUGUST 2021
UPDATED AUGUST 9 2021 AT 2.33PM ET SILICON VALLEY - Allen & Overy today announces the investment in eight partners from the White & Case LLP Technology practice. This multidisciplinary and…Read more
News: 06 AUGUST 2021
Allen & Overy has advised Converge Technology Solutions Corp. (“Converge”), the Toronto Stock Exchange listed software-enabled IT & Cloud Solutions provider with headquarters in Toronto and Gatineau,…Read more
Blog Post: 23 MARCH 2021
Key points Working group’s goal is “concrete and actionable” updates to pharmaceutical merger analysis. Focus will include new theories of harm beyond the traditional approach of assessing…Read more
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