Charlotte maintains a broad banking and financial services practice focused on lending and financing transactions. She represents banks and other financial institutions, as well as corporate borrowers, in a variety of lending transactions, including syndicated and bilateral transactions, secured and unsecured lending, senior and subordinated lending, asset-based lending, acquisition financing and cross-border financing. She has experience in advising clients acting in trustee, administrative agency, collateral agency and intercreditor agency capacities. She has also acted for government lenders in connection with secured and unsecured debt issued under publicly-funded financing programs.
As part of her practice, Charlotte regularly represents creditors, insolvency officials (including court-appointed trustees, monitors, receivers and information officers) and various other stakeholders in bankruptcy, insolvency, receivership and restructuring proceedings, including under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act and Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. She has experience assisting creditors with enforcing loans and realizing on security, and advises clients on options to maximize value and manage risks in times of financial distress.
Prior to joining BLG as an associate, Charlotte summered and articled with the Firm.
Charlotte currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Risk Management Association, Toronto Chapter, as a Director, Board Member and Corporate Secretary.