Canada: BLG Welcomes New Partner In Financial Services
Last Updated: August 21 2017

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP is pleased to announce that Christine Mason has joined the Banking and Financial Services Group as a partner in the Firm's Toronto office.

Ms. Mason's practice focuses on financing and insolvency transactions. She joins a growing list of lawyers at BLG who practice both lending and insolvency, bringing complementary skills from one practice to the other. Ms. Mason represents lenders and corporate borrowers in domestic and international transactions, including bi-lateral and syndicated loans, acquisition financing, project financing, asset-based lending and real estate financing, and acts for creditors, debtors, trustees and receivers in restructuring and insolvency matters. Her insolvency experience allows her to focus on key aspects of negotiating loan transactions, while her lending experience greatly assists in spotting any security issues in insolvency matters.

Ms. Mason is a graduate of De Montfort University in England, where she received her post-graduate diploma in Law in 1998. She received an LLM from the University of Nottingham in 1999. She was admitted to the England & Wales Bar in 2002 and the Ontario Bar in 2009. Ms. Mason originally trained and qualified at a leading U.K. law firm.

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