14 • 16 septembre

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Manoj Pundit

Manoj Pundit
Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Manoj Pundit is a partner and the national leader of the corporate finance group at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, one of Canada’s leading national business law firms. Manoj regularly serves as counsel in connection with a wide range of corporate transactions including startup, early stage and growth capital financings, business purchase and sale transactions and IPOs and “going public” transactions. His clients include companies in the tech and innovation sectors in Canada, the United States and other parts of the globe and, more specifically, include entrepreneurs in the fintech, blockchain and cryptocurrency, digital media, ecommerce, medical device and biotech/pharma and financial services sectors.

Manoj also acts as counsel to issuers and underwriters on securities and corporate matters including public and private offerings and mergers and acquisitions including both negotiated and hostile transactions (in the case of public issuers). He advises special committees and boards of issuers with regard to corporate governance matters and he also acts as counsel in connection with transactional matters for private equity investors, investment funds and venture capital funds.

Manoj is a regular speaker and writer on securities regulations and mergers & acquisitions and has been interviewed by leading legal and news publications on securities regulations.

In the area of Fintech, Manoj advises foreign and Canadian issuers with regard to peer-to-peer lending models, online lending to business enterprises and online point-of-sale consumer lending. His advice is also regularly sought by some of the leading token issuers and cryptocurrency exchanges with regard to the applicability of securities regulations to coin and token offerings and trading.

Mr. Pundit holds a BSc and LLB from the University of Alberta and an LLM from Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto).

In 2013, Manoj received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canada.
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