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Caitlin Sabetti Toronto Lawyer

Caitlin Sabetti

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2019
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


Caitlin Sabetti is an associate in Fasken’s Corporate/Commercial Group. Her practices focuses on financial services, and she regularly advises banks, insurance companies and intermediaries, fintechs, and other regulated and unregulated financial services businesses on a wide variety of matters, including mergers & acquisitions, commercial transactions, consumer protection, anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing.


  • Queen’s Law Prize in Advocacy on Motions (2018)
  • Blake, Cassels & Graydon Prize in Business Associations (2017)
  • Queen’s Law Prize in Land Transactions (2017)
  • Borden Ladner Gervais Professional Excellence Award (2016)

Client Work

  • Li-Metal goes public by way of RTO and listing on Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE),
  • Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. acquired Towerhill Insurance Underwriters Inc.(o/a Excess Underwriting Co.),
  • North American Construction Group Ltd. completes C$74.75 Million offering of 5.50% convertible unsecured subordinated debentures,
  • Quadient acquires Beanworks Solutions,
  • Fairstone Bank of Canada (formerly Duo Bank of Canada) and First National Financial LP enter into a partnership to launch a secured credit card,
  • Air Canada, Aeroplan, Chase and Mastercard announce partnership to launch a credit card in the United States,
  • Foresters acquires Canada Protection Plan,
  • Foresters Asset Management acquired by Fiera Capital,
  • Symbility Solutions is acquired by CoreLogic for approximately C$159.5 million,

Career & Education


  • JD Queen's University
  • BMOS (Honours) Western University

Community involvement

  • Mentor, Legal Action Within Schools (LAWS) Mentorship Program

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member Law Society of Ontario
  • Member Ontario Bar Association
  • Member Canadian Bar Association
  • Member Young Women in Law


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