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Daniel  Fuke

Daniel Fuke

Partner Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2008
Language(s) English, French
Office(s) Toronto
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Daniel is a Partner in the firm’s Securities and Mergers & Acquisitions group and also advises clients in the investment funds and blockchain industries. In his practice, Daniel frequently advises public and private entities on equity and debt financings, share and asset purchase transactions, investment fund formations and initial coin offerings.

Daniel’s experience in the securities and mergers and acquisitions field includes public and private share and asset purchase transactions, prospectus and private placement financings of equity and debt and securities law compliance and disclosure matters.

In the investment funds area, Daniel has been involved in the structuring and launching of various types of investment funds, including closed-end funds, mutual funds, limited partnerships and commodity pools, as well as fund mergers, governance and securities law compliance.

In the blockchain area, Daniel has advised clients on initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency exchanges and investment fund formation. Daniel has also written and presented on a number of topics affecting blockchain companies, with a focus on securities law issues.

Daniel’s practice also includes infrastructure project finance, where he has advised clients with respect to the underwriting and purchase of debt securities as part of public-private partnership transactions.

 

Education

  • LLB Dalhousie University
  • BA Queen's University

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Law Society of Upper Canada
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