Profil d'un avocat
Stephanie L. Yarmo
FACULTÉ DE DROIT
University of Detroit Mercy
Université de Windsor
ADMISSION AU BARREAU
Illinois (É.U.), 2010
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Stephanie Yarmo is an associate in our Business Law Group in Toronto and is a member of the firm’s Energy Group. She maintains a general corporate commercial practice with an emphasis on private mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations and general corporate matters, particularly in the power industry.
Ms. Yarmo has represented a variety of clients, including wind, solar and hydroelectric project developers, private equity firms, pension funds, major corporations and mid-sized businesses. In 2014, Ms. Yarmo completed a nine-month secondment with OMERS Private Equity, the private equity branch of OMERS, one of Canada’s largest pension plans. During such time, she negotiated confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements and advised on matters relating primarily to mergers and acquisitions. She is also a contributor to the firm’s Canadian Energy Perspectives blog.
Ms. Yarmo has acted on the following transactions:
- The reorganization of NextEra Energy’s intricate Canadian ownership structure;
- The global separation of Kraft Foods Group into a North American grocery business and a global snacks business (Mondelez International);
- ABRY Partners’ $1.1 billion sale of Q9 Networks to Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Providence Equity Partners, Madison Dearborn Partners and BCE;
- OMERS Private Equity and Berkshire Partners’ $2.1 billion acquisition of Husky Injection Molding Systems from Onex Corporation et al.;
- Acquisition of a 30 megawatt wind farm in Ontario;
- Xstrata Copper’s sale to Australia’s Origin Energy of part of its stake in a 1000 megawatt hydro project in Chile;
- BCE’s approximately $3.2 billion acquisition of the remaining 85% interest in CTV (formerly CTVglobemedia Inc.) that it did not already own from The Woodbridge Company, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and Torstar Corporation;
- Acting for investment managers and underwriters with respect to the initial public offerings of investment products.
In 2009, Ms. Yarmo graduated with her LLB and her American JD (Cum Laude) from the dual law degree program between the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy. She earned a place on the Dean’s Honor Roll, was a recipient of the JD/LLB Award for academic excellence and served as an Executive Editor of the law reviews of both law schools. Ms. Yarmo received her BA (Hons) in Sociology from the University of Western Ontario in 2005.
Ms. Yarmo was called to the Ontario bar in 2010 and was admitted to practice in the State of Illinois in 2010. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
Transactions et causes
Samsung et Pattern annoncent le début de la construction du projet éolien de South Kent au coût de 800 millions $ CA.
Léon acquiert The Brick pour 700 millions $ CA.
Fonds de prêts privilégiés à taux variable diversifié d’ING réalise un PAPE de 184 millions $ CA.
NextEra Energy Resources conclut un financement de 171,8 millions $ CA pour l’achat de projets d’énergie solaire en Ontario.
Un groupe d’investisseurs et Bell acquièrent Q9 Networks.
Mondelez International réalise la scission de son entreprise nord-américaine du secteur de l’épicerie
Xstrata Copper trouve un partenaire pour le projet hydroélectrique du Chili
Ressources Adriana Inc. conclut une convention de coentreprise avec WISCO
Oxford Properties fait l'acquisition du Palais des congrès du Toronto métropolitain
Berkshire Partners et OMERS Private Equity acquièrent Husky International.