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Rachel Charney Toronto Lawyer

Rachel Charney

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2019 | New York, 2017
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


Rachel Charney is engaged in a broad corporate practice for both private and publicly-held companies. She acts for clients on a wide variety of transactions including share and asset purchases, debt and equity financings, securities offerings, corporate reorganizations and corporate governance.

Prior to joining the firm, Rachel practiced corporate law in the New York office of a leading Canadian law firm. Rachel is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and holds a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Science from McMaster University.


  • University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review- Martin L. Friedland Prize, 2015
  • Harold G. Fox Moot – Gordon F. Henderson Award, 2015



Client Work

  • Penske Truck Leasing Canada Inc. / Location de Camions Penske Canada Inc. completes C$275 million offering,
  • Schivo Medical Limited completes indirect acquisition of APN Inc.,
  • Elemental Royalties Corp. announces the completion of a share-for-share merger of equals with Altus Strategies plc.,
  • Voxtur Analytics Corp. completes C$4.4 million arm's length acquisition of Municipal Tax Equity Consultants Inc. and the acquisition of MTE Paralegal Professional Corporation by its associated entity,
  • ADVANZ PHARMA Corp. Limited completes the acquisition of Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.'s business in Europe, Canada, and all other markets outside of the U.S.,
  • Elemental Royalties Corp. successfully defends against hostile takeover bid by Gold Royalty Corp.,
  • Private company acquires mineral property in Latin America by way of share purchase,
  • Elemental Royalties Corp. closes C$14 million private placement of common shares,
  • Issuance of a C$5 million convertible debenture to Co-operators Financial Services Limited by Smart Employee Benefits Inc.,

Career & Education


  • JD University of Toronto
  • BSc, Integrated Science McMaster University


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