Vince Imerti

Vince F. Imerti Partner

Representative Work
  • AIMCo Realty Investors LP, Starlight Investments, KingSett Capital and other investors in their acquisition of Northview Apartment REIT.
  • Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) in its acquisition of Pattern Energy Group Inc. in an all-cash transaction valued at US$6.1B.
  • The purchaser in its acquisition of interests in its data centres in the Greater Toronto Area and downtown Montreal for amounts in excess of C$300M.
  • Toyota Motor Corp., as Canadian counsel, in connection with its US$667M joint investment with Denso Corp. in Uber Technologies Inc.’s Advanced Technologies Group.
  • A consortium of buyers consisting of Investment Management Corporation of Ontario, CAAT Pension Fund and another large Ontario based pension fund in connection with the acquisition from Brookfield Renewable Partners of a 25% equity interest in a 413-MW megawatt Canadian portfolio of hydroelectric assets.
  • Montez Corporation in its first closing of Montez Fund V LP (value undisclosed).
  • AIMCo Realty Investors LP in connection with Amazon opening a new fulfillment centre in Caledon, ON.
  • AIMCo Realty Investors LP in its acquisition of Edmonton Tower, a new 27 story office and retail complex in the heart of the ICE District, from the Katz Group.
  • Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO), with its launch as a public-sector asset manager of approximately C$60B on behalf of the Workplace Safety Insurance Board and the Ontario Pension Board.
  • AIMCo Realty Investors LP in the acquisition with KingSett Canadian Real Estate Income Fund LP of Scotia Plaza and surrounding assets.
  • Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, as Canadian counsel, in connection with the acquisition of Asciano Limited by a consortium of investors for approximately A$9B.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as Canadian counsel, with respect to its joint acquisition with OMERS Private Equity Inc. of Vue Entertainment Ltd. from Doughty Hanson and management for £935M (US$1.45B).
  • Forest Laboratories Inc., as Canadian counsel, in its US$2.9B acquisition of Aptalis from TPG Capital.
  • A consortium in the establishment of EPIC Investment Services.
  • Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund in respect of a number of private equity, infrastructure and real estate investments, both domestically and internationally.
  • Lead investors in the establishment of Slate Canadian Real Estate Opportunity Fund I.
  • Lead investors in the establishment of a number of real estate funds.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as part of a consortium, in the acquisition of London City Airport.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as Canadian counsel and lead commercial counsel, in its US$887M acquisition of 50% of Autopista Central (the owner of a Chilean toll road) from Skanska.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, a co-owner, in connection with the landlords buying back 11 properties from Target Canada for C$138M, as it winds down operations at 133 stores across Canada.
  • Corporación Financiera de Inversiones S.A. in an acquisition by its Canadian subsidiary of a 7.24% equity stake in Transportadora de Gas del Perú S.A from SK Innovations Co. Ltd.
  • Two syndicates of lenders to CPPIB Liberty Living Inc. in the sale of the Liberty Living management platform, and the U.K. student accommodation portfolio operating under the Liberty Living brand, to Canada Pension Plan Investment Board for approximately £1.1B.
  • Actavis plc, as Canadian counsel, in its acquisition by AstraZeneca of the rights to Actavis’ branded respiratory business in the U.S. and Canada for an initial consideration of US$600M on completion and low single-digit royalties above a certain revenue threshold.
  • Actavis plc, as Canadian counsel, in the sale of its Pharmatech business to TPG.
  • Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund in their investment with TriWest Capital Partners in a majority stake in NSCG Crane & Heavy Haul Corp. from its existing shareholders.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as Canadian counsel, with respect to its sale to Ivanhoé Cambridge of its interest in Place Ville Marie.
  • Alberta Investment Management Corporation, as Canadian counsel, with respect to its pursuit of international infrastructure assets.
  • Canadian investors investing in Mexican real estate and infrastructure.
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