Jennifer Legge

Jennifer G. Legge Partner

Representative Work
  • Hudson’s Bay Company in leading the closing of global asset based loan facilities provided by a lending syndicate with availability of up to US$2.25B in multi-currency tranches through Canadian, U.S., German and Dutch subfacilities and guaranteed by subsidiaries in the U.S., Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
  • GFL Environmental Inc. in connection with its C$340M senior secured revolving facilities provided by a syndicate of lenders with Bank of Montreal as administrative agent and a senior secured term loan with initial commitments of US$370 and C$130M provided by a syndicate of lenders with Barclay’s Bank, plc, as administrative agent, each of which facilities are guaranteed by GFL’s subsidiaries throughout Canada and the U.S.
  • Shareholders of 902616 Ontario Ltd., operating as Holsag Canada, a manufacturer of chairs and casegoods, in connection with the sale of all of the shares of Holsag to Mity, Inc., a subsidiary of Prospect Capital Corporation.
  • ASW Steel, Inc. in connection with the acquisition by Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation, through a wholly owned subsidiary, of all of the outstanding shares of ASW from White Oak Strategic Master Fund L.P., CK Pearl Fund, Ltd. and CK Pearl Fund LP, its private equity sponsors.
  • Golf Town Limited, subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., and funds managed by CI Investments Inc. in the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Golf Town Canada Inc. and its subsidiaries in connection with restructuring proceedings under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (Canada) and in connection with senior secured revolving credit facilities provided to Golf Town Limited by a syndicate of lenders led by the Toronto-Dominion Bank, as agent.
  • Hudson's Bay Company in connection with a US$1.1B senior secured term loan facility provided by a syndicate of lenders in the acquisition by HBC of GALERIA Holding, the parent company of Germany's leading department store GALERIA Kaufhof and an equity investment in HBS Global Properties, which acquired GALERIA properties.
  • North American Palladium Ltd. in connection with a workout for its term credit facilities with Brookfield Capital Partners and revolving credit facilities with Bank of Nova Scotia and recapitalization of its debt and equity pursuant to a plan of arrangement under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
  • Warburg Pincus in connection with acquisition financing facilities as part of its acquisition of DBRS Limited, the fourth largest global credit rating agency.
  • Hudson’s Bay Company in connection with first lien term credit facilities in excess of US$2B related to its acquisition of Saks & Company.
  • The underwriters, led by RBC Capital Markets in connection with Norbord’s private placement of US$500M senior secured notes issued under its collateral platform in connection with its refinancing of Ainsworth Lumber Co’s existing senior secured notes following its acquisition by Norbord.
  • ASSET Inc. in connection with the sale of its assets to Davis + Henderson, Limited Partnership for a purchase price of C$76M.
  • Norcraft Companies LP and Norcraft Canada Corporation, as Canadian counsel, on a US$180M senior secured second lien notes offering and concurrent US$25M asset backed secured credit facility.
  • Meridian Technologies Inc. in connection with its filing pursuant to the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (Canada), including advising on its DIP credit facility and the sale of its assets to Meridian Lightweight Technologies Inc. pursuant to a plan of arrangement and exit senior first lien and subordinate first lien credit facilities for the post-restructuring corporate group.
  • RBC Capital Markets in its financing facilities for D. Grant & Sons Limited relating to the St. Joseph’s Hospital, London ambulatory care renovations, an initiative co-sponsored by Infrastructure Ontario as part of the hospital infrastructure build finance projects.
  • Key Equipment Finance on its acquisition from a major Canadian financial institution of their equipment financing portfolio.
  • An international investment consortium on its acquisition of Meridian Technologies Inc. from Hydro Aluminum AS of Norway and Teksid S.p.A. of Italy, as well as advising on senior and second lien financing facilities related thereto and private equity capitalization.
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