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Obruche
Heinanen

Sociétaire directrice

Londres

Contacter par courriel à [email protected]

t. +44 (0)20 7786 5736

2301

Faculté de droit

Inns of Court School of Law
University College London

Admission au barreau

Angleterre et le Pays de Galles, 2008

Disponible en anglais seulement

Obruche Heinanen is a managing associate in our Business Law Group in London, England. She has a broad corporate and finance practice, which includes LSE and AIM capital market transactions; cross boarder, public and private mergers M&A; and secured and unsecured lending. Obruche has worked across a wide range of industries including energy, mining, private equity, tech and telehealth.

Obruche applies her multifaceted experience to achieving holistic and strategic solutions for her clients. She is an active participant in McCarthy Tétrault’s inclusion initiatives and has a deep interest in the routes to sustainable growth in Africa.

Obruche received an LLB from London South Bank University, completed the BVC at the Inns of Court School of Law and received an LLM in Corporate and Commercial Law from University College London. She is a member of the General Council of the Bar, the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, the Law Society of England and Wales, and the Surrey Law Society.

Obruche recently acted on:

Corporate matters for:

  • IntelliCentrics Holding in connection with the disposal of Inception Point Systems Ltd. for US$2.465 billion
  • Akasha in connection with investments in the Capzul Group
  • Fiera Comox in connection with a consortium investment in the Clearway Group
  • Previan Technologies (formerly Eddyfi/NDT) on the acquisition of Senceive Limited
  • IntelliCentrics on the international roll out of it SEC3URE Program
  • Duke Royalty Limited in connection with re-admission to trading on AIM with a market capitalisation of £18.2 million

Finance matters for:

  • H2O Innovation Inc. in connection with US$85 million amended and restated credit facilities from National Bank of Canada and a syndicate of lenders
  • Scotiabank, CIBC and RBC in connection with an amendment and restatement of a C$150 million revolving credit facility to Ecora Resources Plc
  • Groupe Solotech Inc. in connection with C$300 million amended and restated credit facilities from Fédération des caisses Desjardins du Québec and a syndicate of lenders
  • Fédération des caisses Desjardins du Québec and a syndicate of lenders in connection with an amendment and restatement of a C$255 million credit facility to Ocean Choice International
  • Previan Technologies (formerly Eddyfi/NDT) in connection with US$711 million amended and restated credit facilities from National Bank of Canada and a syndicate of lenders