Glynnis Morgan is an associate in the Business Law Group in Vancouver. She advises private and public company clients on corporate and commercial transactions including, specifically, negotiating, structuring and documenting domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance transactions. Glynnis has acted for clients making acquisitions and divestitures in the technology, agtech, casino, forestry, mining, retail and manufacturing and distribution sectors. She also advises investors, issuers and underwriters on the structure and implementation of equity and debt offerings by private and public companies.
On day-to-day corporate and commercial matters, Glynnis provides guidance to clients on commercial agreements, shareholder matters, corporate governance considerations, securities law requirements, including continuous disclosure obligations, business start-up matters and corporate reorganizations.
Glynnis’s representative transactions include advising:
- Farmers Edge in connection with its C$125 million initial public offering;
- CAI Capital Partners in its investment in RebalanceMD Canada Ltd.;
- Newcrest Mining in its US$804 million acquisition of a 70% joint venture interest in the Red Chris copper and gold mine in British Columbia from Imperial Metals;
- the Wesco Group in connection with its acquisition of Color Compass Corporation, an Alberta-based automotive paint, body, and equipment distributor;
- Skeena Resources on the sale of its GJ project in British Columbia to Newcrest Mining;
- Methanex Corporation in connection with its US$700 million debenture offering;
- Genesis Advanced Technology in connection with a strategic and controlling investment in its subsidiary, Genesis Robotics, by Koch Chemicals Technology Group;
- CVC Capital Partners in connection with its acquisition of OANDA Global Corporation, a global online retail trading platform, currency data and analytics company;
- Parkland Fuel Corporation in connection with its acquisition of Chevron Canada's downstream fuel business;
- the underwriters in connection with Conifex Timber’s $75 million dollar bought deal prospectus offering of subscription receipts;
- QHR Corporation in its sale to Loblaw Companies Limited by way of plan of arrangement; and
- Vancouver Airport Authority in its $200 million debenture offering.
Glynnis obtained her B.A. in English literature at the University of Western Ontario in 2008, and her M.A. in English literature at the University of Alberta in 2012. She received her J.D. at the University of Victoria in 2014, and clerked for two justices of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia in 2014-15.
Glynnis was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2015. She is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association and the Vancouver Bar Association.