Stefanie Sebanc is an associate in the Business Law Group at Cassels. Stefanie represents public and private companies and has been involved in a variety of corporate and securities law matters, including public offerings, private placements, regulatory compliance and mergers and acquisitions. Throughout her time at the firm she has gained valuable corporate and finance experience on transactions involving public and private companies. Stefanie represents clients in a variety of industries, including mining, cannabis, and consumer products.
Stefanie’s recent work includes representing:
- Goldcorp Inc. in its $247 million acquisition of Exeter Resource Corporation by way of take-over bid in the sale of its interest in the Camino Rojo oxide project to Orla Mining Ltd. and in its US$10 billion acquisition by Newmont Mining Corporation
- Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. in its $1 billion business combination with Newmarket Gold Inc.
- Origin House in its going-public transaction, including a concurrent listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange, its subsequent bought deal offerings and its acquisition of 180 Smoke
- Underwriting syndicates in Hudbay Minerals Inc.’s $242 million bought-deal public offering; WeedMD Inc.’s $34.5 million bought-deal public offering; Cronos Group Inc.’s $17.3 million bought-deal public offering; and 48North’s $28.75 bought deal financing
Stefanie is a graduate of the J.D. program at Western University. She graduated with Distinction in the Business Law Area of Concentration and was awarded the Law Society of Upper Canada Prize for academic excellence. As a law student, Stefanie worked as a Researcher for Professor Richard H. McLaren and contributed to various corporate law publications. Prior to law school she graduated summa cum laude from the Honours Bachelor of Commerce program at McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business.
Prior to joining Cassels as an associate, Stefanie was both a summer and articling student at the firm.