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Morgan
Troke

Partner

Vancouver

Contact by email at [email protected]

t. 604-643-7974

3731

Law School

University of British Columbia

Bar Admission

British Columbia, 2008
Ontario, 2018

Known as an industry leader with unmatched public-private partnership and infrastructure experience, Morgan is sought after for his ability to consistently deliver effective results.

Morgan is a partner in the Business Law Group in Vancouver. Recognized as a strong presence in the public-private partnership, infrastructure and renewable energy spaces, his practice is primarily focused in the areas of project finance, project development and corporate commercial law.

Morgan represents a wide variety of clients, including lenders and borrowers, on secured and unsecured credit facilities, project finance agreements and the development of projects. His clients value his technical capabilities, breadth of knowledge, and unmatched attention to detail which he leverages to coordinate multiple stakeholders with competing interests and close complex transactions quickly and efficiently.

" ...very, very strong on both the commercial side and on the finance side, has a really good grasp of the entire process and project, and is technically stellar in terms of his ability to deliver. "
Chambers Canada

As a member of McCarthy Tétrault’s National Infrastructure Group, Morgan is positioned at the industry’s leading edge, enabling him to provide innovative and insightful advice to domestic and international developers, equity sponsors, lenders and other participants in connection with complex infrastructure projects across North America. Some of his recent transactions include:

  • advising a proponent for the Go Rail Expansion On-Corridor Works Project;
  • advising a proponent for the Edmonton Valley Line West Expansion Project;
  • advising the lenders to a proponent for the Highway 104 Sutherlands River to Antigonish Twinning Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Highway 401 Expansion Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Tłı̨chǫ All-Season Road Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project;
  • advising the successful proponent for the Finch West LRT Project;
  • advising a proponent for the Regional Express Rail – Milton Corridor Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Regional Express Rail – Rutherford Station Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Regional Express Rail – Kipling Bus Terminal Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Michael Garron Phase 1 New Patient Care Tower Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Brockville General Hospital Redevelopment Project;
  • advising a proponent for the Winnipeg Southwest Transitway Stage 2 Project;
  • advising the lenders to a proponent for the New Bridge for the St. Lawrence Corridor Project;
  • advising the design-builder and service provider on the Next Generation Kentucky Information Highway Project;
  • advising the lenders to the successful proponent for the Emily Carr University of Art & Design Campus Redevelopment Project;
  • advising the successful proponent for the Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link Project; and
  • advising the successful proponent for the BC Children’s and BC Women’s Redevelopment Project Phase 2.

Morgan also regularly represents developers and lenders in developing and financing renewable energy projects, and is a recognized leader in the renewable energy space in British Columbia and across Canada. Recent renewable energy transactions include:

  • advising a developer in completing a $197 million debt financing for a 27 MW portfolio of hydroelectric projects near Harrison Lake, British Columbia;
  • advising a developer in completing a $24.6 million debt financing for a 12 MW hydroelectric project near Hope, British Columbia;
  • advising a developer in completing a $491.6 million debt financing for a 81.4 MW portfolio of hydroelectric projects near Pemberton, British Columbia;
  • advising a developer in completing its project debt financing for a 17 MW solar project near Brooks, Alberta; and
  • advising the bondholders in the $232 million private placement refinancing of a portfolio of six solar power projects in Ontario.

Morgan obtained a BSc in Computing Science, with distinction, from the University of Alberta in 2002 and an LLB from the University of British Columbia in 2007. He was called to the British Columbia bar in 2008 and the Ontario bar in 2018.