Title: Commercial law


Randall C. Chatwin



Randall Chatwin

Firm: Lawson Lundell LLP
Address:Suite 1600 Cathedral Place
925 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3L2
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Randall practices corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on corporate finance and securities and mergers and acquisitions. He works with public and private sector clients in a wide range of industries including, natural resources, technology, manufacturing and financial services.

Randall has been involved in a broad range of transactions including, public debt and equity financings, private placements, reorganizations, plans of arrangement and amalgamations, take-over bids, private equity investments, and various share and asset acquisitions and divestitures. He also advises public companies on regulatory matters, continuous disclosure and corporate governance practices.

As part of his corporate and commercial practice, Randall advises private equity firms in connection with their investments and acquisitions, including the continuing affairs of the investment entities.


Languages: English
Joined the Law Firm in: 2005


Areas of Practice


  • Capital Markets
  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate Finance
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Mining
  • Securities


Professional Career


Significant Accomplishments

Transactions that Randall has been involved in include:

* The acquisition of gold exploration properties in Colombia by a gold mining company
* The formation and establishment of a $100 million private investment fund
* A $138 million cross-border offering of convertible debentures by a TSX listed silver mining company
* Public offerings and private placements of an aggregate of $225 million of equity and convertible debt by a Western Canadian TSX listed mining company
* The $100 million initial public offering by a mining exploration company on the TSX Venture Exchange
* An investment by a private equity firm in a leading manufacturer of electric floor heat systems
* The acquisition of port terminal facilities by an infrastructure fund of a global financial institution
* The acquisition by a private equity firm of a North American importer and distributor of chocolate, specialty dessert and pastry ingredients
* A $182 million cross-border equity offering by a TSX listed silver mining company
* The reverse takeover of a TSX listed company by an Australian gold mining company
* The formation and establishment of a $140 million private equity fund

Professional Associations

    Canadian Bar Association, Member

Bar Admission

British Columbia 2005



University of Victoria (B.A., 2000)
University of Saskatchewan (LL.B., 2004)