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Law School

Université de Montréal

Bar Admission

Québec, 2020

Marc-Antoine Addoumie is an associate in our Business Law Group in Montreal. His practice focuses on corporate finance, securitization and banking law. He advises Canadian and foreign banks and financial institutions as well as borrowers in secured and unsecured lending transactions, including acquisition financings, mezzanine financings, asset-based lending, syndicated and bilateral financings, project finance and multi-jurisdictional and multi-currency transactions.

Marc-Antoine has also advised both issuers and underwriters in corporate transactions including prospectus offerings and private placements.


The following are some of the recent transactions and mandates in which Marc-Antoine was involved:

  • Member of a team representing the Canada Infrastructure Bank in the $300 million senior secured term loan facility to complete the $1.28 billion financing of the Réseau Express Métropolitain light rail transit network
  • Member of a team representing Power Sustainable Capital Inc. in the launch of the Power Sustainable Energy Infrastructure Partnership, an investment platform with an initial $1 billion dedicated to the renewable energy sector
  • Member of a team representing Eddyfi/NDT, a global provider of non-destructive testing (NDT) technologies, in connection with the syndicated and bilateral financings of the share acquisition of Dynamic Risk Assessment Systems Inc.
  • Member of a team representing CIBC World Markets in connection with the $150 million unsecured Series A debenture offering by the Montreal Port Authority
  • Member of a team representing Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. in the $92.8 million non-recourse construction and term financing of the Innavik Hydro Project, a 7.5 MW run-of-river hydroelectric facility on the Inukjuak River near Inukjuak, Nunavik, in northern Quebec
  • Member of a team representing Champion Iron Limited in connection with the US$300 million financing of its subsidiary Quebec Iron Ore Inc. by Investissement Québec for the restart of the Bloom Lake iron ore mine near Fermont, Québec
  • Member of a team representing a government corporation in its senior secured term loan to a publicly-traded Canadian mining company to finance the restart of two of its mining projects

Marc-Antoine received his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the Université de Montréal in 2019. During his legal studies, he completed a summer program in comparative public law at the University of Oxford.

Marc-Antoine was called to the Quebec Bar in 2020. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.