Justin Parappally

Justin Parappally Partner

Representative Work
  • DH Corporation in its US$1.2B acquisition of Harland Financial Solutions, Inc. as well as various financing transaction including subscription receipts, extendible convertible unsecured subordinated debentures and secured credit facilities in an aggregate amount of $1.5B and US$244M.
  • Lydian International Limited in connection with a US$325M construction financing package for Lydian's 100%-owned Amulsar Gold Project in south-central Armenia. The financing commitments consist of a gold and silver stream, a term loan facility, a cost overrun facility and a private placement of ordinary shares of Lydian.
  • Vale S.A. in its sale to Silver Wheaton Corp of an additional 25% of the gold by-product stream from Vale’s Brazilian Salobo copper mine for US$800M.
  • Essar Steel Algoma Inc., as Canadian counsel, in its comprehensive US$1.4B recapitalization and refinancing. Algoma restructured certain of its existing debt obligations by way of a plan of arrangement under the CBCA and refinanced its outstanding debt through concurrent Term Loan, ABL, High Yield Debt and Junior Notes financings.
  • Corsa Coal Corp. in connection with its US$60M acquisition of PBS Coals from OAO Severstal and the assumption of US$60M of liabilities, as well as its related US$65 million equity private placement financing and US$25M credit facility.
  • DH Corporation in its US$1.25B acquisition of Fundtech, partially funded through a bought deal agreement for subscription receipts and extendible convertible debentures for aggregate gross proceeds of C$951M.
  • Quintana Energy Partners L.P. in its US$60M agreement to acquire a controlling position in Corsa Coal Corp.
  • RioCan REIT in its friendly C$4.6B offer to acquire Primaris REIT’s retail portfolio together with KingSett Capital and H&R REIT.
  • Sirius XM Canada Holdings Inc. in its offering of $200M senior unsecured notes and a $35M senior secured credit facility.
  • The agents in the Imperus Technologies Corp. US$100M acquisition of all the issued and outstanding shares of Diwip Ltd.
  • Teranga Gold Corporation in its US$135M sale to Franco-Nevada of a percentage of the produced gold from its gold mine In Senegal.
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