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Sepehr J. Radjpoust, JD
Principal

A Toronto based lawyer, Sepehr is the Principal leading Balmoral Law.  Sepehr began his legal career with the leading global law firm, Baker & McKenzie International, before joining the Toronto Stock Exchange as Senior Manager of Listings where he was responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance of some of Canada’s largest public entities.  During his tenure with the TMX Group, Sepehr helped lead the development of the business and legal framework for TSX Private Markets, a strategic initiative aimed at creating a centralized platform for Canadian investment dealers to distribute and trade private and unlisted securities.  Since 2012, Sepehr has been Principal of Balmoral Law where, in addition to providing securities and listings advice, Sepehr assists clients with: establishing, partnerships, funds and various other business structures; blockchain-based token offerings; and bespoke off-market liquidity solutions for institutions and individual investors.

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Dhanbir Jaswal, JD*
Counsel

Dhanbir advises clients on capital markets and business transactions, including financings, mergers and acquisitions, reorganization transactions and corporate governance.  He acts on deals involving a wide range of industry sectors, and has a passion for the emerging industries.  Dhanbir also maintains a general commercial practice which includes assisting clients with drafting and negotiating commercial agreements, business structuring and reorganizations.

*Services provided through Dhanbir Jaswal Professional Corporation.
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Veronica Dimkovski
Law Student

Veronica joined Balmoral Law in 2017, as a first-year summer student.  Veronica is currently in her third year of law school at Western University, after completing an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree at Ryerson University, majoring in Law and Business.

Veronica has gained a broad range of securities law experience at Balmoral Law, as well as in previous roles as a summer law student at the Ontario Securities Commission and as a graduate assistant for the securities law course at Ryerson.