Christina Kim is building a broad financial services practice that includes commercial debt financing, asset-based lending, project financing, acquisition financing and secured transactions.
As a summer student, Christina gained valuable experience with the Ontario Securities Commission. She worked on various continuous disclosure policy initiatives pertaining to cryptocurrency, women on boards and exempt markets; analyzed and compiled data from issuers’ proxy circulars to assist in the preparation of the National Instrument 58-101; and researched legal regimes in the US, UK and Australia.
Pursuing a master’s degree in business administration while completing her legal studies, Christina sought opportunities to bridge law and business. She co-authored a crowdfunding guidebook for the Queen’s Business Law Clinic and she delivered a session on “Financing Startups: Equity Distribution in the Exempt Market” at the Smith School of Business.
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A BAA is useful for lenders relying on cash collateral in secured lending transactions. We discuss the nature and function of BAAs in the common law provinces.
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