Gary Rose practices corporate/commercial law with a particular focus on banking & finance and insolvency & restructuring matters, as well as regulatory and compliance matters related to financial institutions. He regularly represents banks and other lenders in matters related to their corporate and commercial lending activities. In this regard, Gary has extensive experience in the preparation, review and negotiation of loan and credit agreements, inter-lender agreements, priority and subordination agreements, debentures, mortgages and other security agreements. In addition, Gary represents numerous corporations and partnerships with respect to their debt financing arrangements, from the pre-term stage through completion.
In connection with insolvency and restructuring matters, Gary has experience representing secured and unsecured creditors, receivers and trustees. In this area, he has experience in the preparation, review and negotiation of settlement and forbearance agreements, the vetting of lender security and the enforcement of lender security.
In the corporate/commercial area, Gary has experience in general corporate and commercial matters, including acquisitions and divestitures of assets and shares, as well as advising on corporate governance issues.
Assisting Gary in his work in the banking & finance and insolvency & restructuring areas is his past experience working in the financial services industry. Prior to embarking on his legal career, Gary worked in branch and area management and as a commercial lender with two of Canada's largest banks. Following his call to the Alberta bar, Gary worked as legal counsel to another of Canada's largest banks focusing on matters involving regulatory, compliance and governance matters in respect of financial institutions.
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association