Jennifer Wasylyk

AssociateCassels Brock & Blackwell LLPCommercial; Finance

Jennifer Wasylyk is an associate in the Financial Services Group at Cassels Brock. Her practice focuses on corporate finance matters, representing both borrowers and lenders in a variety of secured and unsecured lending transactions. In addition, Jennifer's experience includes general corporate and reorganization matters.

Jennifer Wasylyk is an associate in the Financial Services Group at Cassels Brock. Her practice focuses on corporate finance matters, representing both borrowers and lenders in a variety of secured and unsecured lending transactions. In addition, Jennifer's experience includes general corporate and reorganization matters.

Jennifer also has extensive energy and regulatory experience. She has worked at the Ontario Energy Board, National Energy Board and Alberta Energy and Utilities Board. In addition, Jennifer has worked at an isooctane production facility in Alberta.

Jennifer is a published author who recently co-wrote the Banking and Finance chapters of Halsbury's Laws of Canada. Jennifer is also a sessional professor at Queen's University Law School where she teaches a course on the Personal Property Security Act.

Education

  • University of Toronto, LL.B., 2010
  • University of Alberta, B.Sc., 2007

Bar Admission

  • Ontario, 2011

Experience

  • Acting for New Gold Inc. on their senior secured credit facility and in connection with the issuance of senior notes
  • Acting for Silver Wheaton Corp. with respect to certain silver streaming projects, including to HudBay Minerals Inc.'s 777 Mine and Constancia Project
  • Acting for Silver Wheaton Corp. with respect to a $1 billion USD revolving credit facility and a $1.5 billion USD bridge credit facility in connection with certain gold purchase agreements
  • Acting for the Government of Canada, in connection with a $5 billion global bond financing for the construction and development of the Muskrat Falls Hydroelectric Generating Facility and Labrador-Island Link to be built on the Lower Churchill River in Labrador
  • Acting for the Government of Canada, in connection with a $1.3 billion bond financing for the construction and development of the Maritime Link Project, a high voltage direct current transmission line to be built between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Acting for Ottawa Senators Hockey Club with respect to the financing of the NHL Team and Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place)
  • Acting for a multinational equipment finance company, as borrower, in a $300 USD million syndicated credit facility
  • Acting for an equipment financing company in its financing of an anaerobic digestion green energy facility

Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association