Darcy Moch is co-chair of the firm's tax and estates department. His practice focuses on the income tax aspects of corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, takeovers, debt and asset-based financings, the formation and capitalization of income funds, partnerships and other flow-through vehicles, and cross-border financing and leasing transactions.
Recognized as "an excellent tax lawyer" in Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business, his practice also includes personal tax planning, wealth and succession planning, residency matters, foreign tax planning for Canadian residents and structuring investments into Canada for non-residents.
Darcy frequently speaks on tax-related topics at local, national and international conferences. He is the past-Chair of the National Taxation Section of the Canadian Bar Association and past Co-Chair of the CBA-CICA Joint Committee on Taxation. Darcy served on the Canadian Tax Foundation's board of governors and is a past director and president of the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society.
He is involved in a variety of community organizations and is a past director and chair of the Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation.
Darcy is recognized as a leading tax lawyer in a number of national and international publications, including:
- Lexpert/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada
- Best Lawyers in Canada
- The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
- PLC Which Lawyer
- Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business
- Counsel to Sproule, a leading geoscience and engineering advisory in the oil and gas sector, in connection with its acquisition of Niven Fischer, a Calgary-based oil & gas consulting firm that provides technical, advisory and administrative support to the oil & gas industry. Read more
- Veresen Inc. in connection with the renewal of its Medium Term Note (MTN) Program and the public offering of $350 million aggregate principal amount of senior unsecured medium term notes. Read more
- Tervita Corporation, in connection with completing a $3.6 billion recapitalization transaction under the CBCA. Read more
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