Genevieve Loxley is an associate in our Financial Services Group based in Vancouver. Her practice is focused on secured and unsecured debt. Genevieve regularly advises lenders, agents, borrowers, and other parties on complex domestic and multi-jurisdictional lending transactions including senior and subordinate loan arrangements and project financings. She has extensive experience representing clients across a broad range of industries including energy, oil and gas, mining, retail and agriculture companies, as well as multi-national banks and other financial institutions.
Genevieve’s representative transactions include advising:
- a major forestry company on a debt reorganization involving the exchange of secured bonds, termination of existing financing arrangements and establishment of new credit facilities
- Vantage Airport Group Ltd. in connection with the development of the new international Terminal 6 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (US$4.2 billion) through its involvement in the JFK Millennium Partners consortium
- a port operator on the establishment of its capital markets platform, its credit facilities and the issuance of public and privately placed debt instruments
- the lender and lead arranger providing senior secured financing to a Canadian acquirer and operator of veterinary practices
- Canada Infrastructure Bank on its investment in the C$328 million Manitoba Fiber Project (IJGlobal Telecoms Deal of the Year 2021)
- the syndicate of senior secured lenders providing project financing for the C$1.5 billion Cascade Power Project (IJGlobal North American Power Deal of the Year 2020)
- National Bank of Canada as administrative agent for a syndicate of lenders providing credit facilities in the amount of C$268 million for the development of the Golden South Wind energy facility
Genevieve is an annual contributor to the Firm’s Power Perspectives publication. She is a member of the Law Societies of British Columbia and Alberta and an alumna of the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Science (BSc), the University of East London (PGDipArch), and the University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Law (JD).