Cherie acts for lenders – both private lenders and financial institutions - and borrowers in a variety of debt-financing and lending transactions.
She provides lending and financing expertise to clients looking to complete corporate mergers, acquisitions and reorganizations, and involving operating and term credit facilities across all market levels. She has experience in:
- real estate financings
- leveraged buy-out financings
- multi-jurisdictional lending transactions
- syndicated loans transactions
- mezzanine and subordinated debt financing
- asset-based lending
Cherie focuses on real estate and construction financings related to the acquisition, development and refinancing of various real estate assets such as land acquisitions, shopping centres, office buildings, industrial and mixed-use residential properties.
She advises on issues relating to the Land Title Act and the Personal Property Security Act, and has assisted lenders with developing standard forms for loan, security and related agreements, as well as establishing lending practices and procedures for commercial mortgage and other real estate-based lending programs.
She regularly acts for sureties in connection with deposit protection facilities and advises on the Real Estate Development Marketing Act.
Cherie is also a member of the Alberta Law Society and routinely acts on transactions with both a B.C. and Alberta component.
Cherie is conversational in Cantonese.