Marc Mercier is a member of the firm's Executive Committee and partner in the Financial Services Group with a particular emphasis in his practice on secured, unsecured and merger and acquisition financing, treasury management and financial derivatives-related matters, and reorganizational workouts and restructurings. Marc also handles extensive financing work in the subordinated/convertible debt, venture capital and private equity areas.
Marc is the author of various articles published in legal journals and texts. He speaks frequently at derivatives, secured lending, insolvency and restructuring, and law reform conferences and bank seminars. In addition to being an adjunct faculty member of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in the late 1990s, where he led classes in debt financing and restructuring, Marc has been an adjunct faculty member at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University since 2005, where he teaches advanced financing law in the graduate (masters level) banking programme. As a senior member of the firm's financial services practice area, Marc is extremely active in the practice development and mentoring of both senior and junior members of his team.
To view Marc's complete profile, please click here.