Jason Chertin is a partner in the Capital Markets Group at McMillan LLP where his focus is securities regulation. Jason practices primarily in the area of corporate and securities law and stock exchange regulation, and has a strong track record of successfully structuring and executing a variety of capital markets transactions, including: (i) corporate finance transactions with emphasis on public offerings of securities; (ii) mergers and acquisitions with emphasis on negotiated transactions, plans of arrangement and amalgamations; and (iii) stock exchange listings and related transactions.
Jason has acted for issuers, underwriters and stakeholders in the investment, natural resource, energy and technology sectors in connection with public and exempt offerings of securities, take-over bids, business combinations, reverse take-overs, qualifying transactions, reorganizations, proxy contests and related party transactions.
A significant part of Jason's practice involves advising investment fund managers and portfolio advisors in connection with public and exempt offerings of securities by open-end mutual funds, closed-end investment funds, commodity pools and pooled funds, and he has additional experience in dealer and advisor registration and compliance matters.
In addition to transactional work, Jason advises clients with respect to general securities regulatory compliance matters, proxy solicitation, corporate governance, continuous disclosure, preparations for annual and special meetings of shareholders, compliance with requirements of NI 81-102, compliance with IRC requirements, prospectus renewals and applications for exemptive relief to securities regulatory authorities.