Keith is an associate in the banking and financial services group.
His practice has an emphasis on acting for banks, credit unions, private lenders and commercial borrowers in syndicated and bilateral financings, facility provisions and intercreditor agreements. He has particular experience with foreclosures and debt enforcement measures for institutional lenders, focusing on the particular legal and practical challenges of distressed debt in the retail borrower segment. Keith’s financing experience crosses a diverse range of industries representative of the Manitoba economic landscape.
In addition, Keith maintains a corporate law practice, with transactional experience in commercial asset acquisitions and sales, share acquisitions and sales and commercial real estate. He has advised on numerous corporate reorganizations, partnership formations and dissolutions as well as general corporate governance matters.
Keith is a graduate of the University of Manitoba Law School, where he was recognized for the highest class standing in real estate law. He continues to be involved with the law school as a part of the firm’s student recruitment efforts and as a judge of the Robson Hall negotiation competition.
- University of Manitoba, JD, 2016
- Manitoba, 2017
- Member, Canadian Bar Association, Manitoba Branch