Thomson joins WeirFoulds financial services and corporate group

Daniel H. Thomson has joined WeirFoulds as partner in its financial services and corporate practice groups.

Thomson joins WeirFoulds financial services and corporate group
Daniel H. Thomson

Daniel H. Thomson has joined WeirFoulds as partner in its financial services and corporate practice groups.

 

Thomson’s practice focuses on banking and financial services, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate/commercial transactions, a statement by the Toronto-based law firm said. He has extensive experience in both business and legal professions over the past 20 years, having worked at an international law firm, run a commercial business unit for the Canadian subsidiary of a multi-national Fortune 300 insurance company, run his own legal practice and worked at a well-known mid-size Toronto firm.

 

“Dan Thomson’s combined business and legal experience is a powerful asset to add to the WeirFoulds corporate group,” says Wayne Egan, the firm’s managing partner. “We are thrilled to have Dan bring his unique professional background to service our financial services and corporate clients from the startup level all the way to multi-national conglomerates.”

 

Over the course of his career, Thomson has acted for bank and non-bank lenders, borrowers and guarantors, as well as for investors and issuers and also for buyers and sellers in domestic and cross-border secured lending, equity and debt financing, joint venture and M&A transactions across a broad spectrum of industries. He also practised in London, England for a year, focusing on foreign investment into Canada and M&A transactions involving Canadian entities.

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