LL.B., University of Toronto, 1990
B.P.E., McMaster University, 1987
American Bar Association, Canadian Bar Association, Law Society of Ontario, Ontario Bar Association
Called to the Ontario Bar 1992
Troy is a partner practising corporate and securities law, with a particular emphasis on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and private equity mandates.
Troy represents a number of public and private companies in a broad spectrum of industries, including manufacturing, construction, automotive, consumer goods, financial services, technology, natural resources and real estate. In addition, he regularly acts for investment dealers, financial institutions, private equity firms, venture capital firms and merchant banks.
Troy frequently counsels participants in a wide range of financing transactions, including domestic and cross-border public and private financings, merger and acquisition transactions, friendly and contested take-over bids, proxy fights, corporate restructurings and reorganizations, secured lending transactions and corporate governance issues.
Troy sits on the M&A sub-committee of the American Bar Association and has been a member of the working groups that published various Canadian Public and Canadian Private Target M&A Deal Points Studies.
Troy is active in his community and sits on the board of directors and Governance, Nomination, Compensation & Human Resource Committee of the National Diabetes Trust, which operates the Clothesline program and is a principal contributor to Diabetes Canada’s revenues. He is also a past director and member of the Executive Committee and Governance and Nominating Committee of Food for Life Canada, a not-for-profit corporation which focuses on redistributing fresh and nutritious food to those in need.
Troy has been recognized as one of Canada’s leading practitioners for Corporate Finance & Securities and Mergers & Acquisitions in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory 2020 and in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2020 guide.
He is also recognized as a leading practitioner in the 2020 Chambers Canada guide for Corporate/Commercial Law in Ontario.