Abbas Ali Khan practises in the areas of securities and corporate commercial law, including corporate finance, mergers and acquisition transactions, and structured financial products, with a focus on the mining and technology industries. Abbas also practices in the cannabis industry.
"Clients say: 'He's very good and always does a good job,' and go on to describe him as 'timely and very efficient.'"
Abbas acts for Canadian and international mining companies involved in public equity and debt offerings, private placements, reverse takeover transactions, mergers and acquisitions and stock exchange listings with properties in Canada, the United States, Eastern Europe, Africa and Australia. Abbas also advises exploration, development, producing and royalty companies on Canadian securities law matters (including compliance with National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators in respect of mineral project disclosure), joint ventures, property acquisitions, royalty acquisitions and earn-in agreements. Abbas also acts for investment dealers in equity and debt offerings and mergers and acquisition transactions and advises board of directors and special committees on securities law compliance matters, corporate governance and related party transactions.
Abbas acts for issuers and underwriters in domestic and international public equity and debt offerings and private placements; mergers and acquisitions and other business combinations. He also advises public companies on Canadian securities laws (including continuous disclosure and regulatory compliance).
Abbas's experience includes over a year working on transactions in the structured products group of a leading Canadian investment bank.
Abbas is a member of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the Canadian Bar Association, the New York Bar Association, and Ontario Securities Commission Disclosure Advisory Committee. In the community, he is a board member of Horizons for Youth, a non-profit, emergency shelter dedicated to helping homeless and at-risk youth.