Andre is Head of the BMO Capital Markets Global Mergers & Acquisitions group, which consists of over 60 professionals located primarily in Toronto and Chicago.
Andre has advised on numerous high profile M&A transactions, including: TMX Group on its pending $3.6 billion sale to Maple Acquisition Corp.; BMO Financial Group''s US$4.1 billion acquisition of Marshall & Isley; and Newmont Mining’s C$2.3 billion acquisition of Fronteer Gold.
Andre also advised on Rothmans’ $2.2 billion sale to Philip Morris, Meridian Gold’s $3.8 billion merger with Yamana Gold and Northern Orion Resources, Hudson’s Bay Company’s $1.5 billion sale to Maple Leaf Heritage Investment Acquisition Company and Wheaton River''s $2.6 billion acquisition of Goldcorp.
Andre joined BMO Capital Markets in 2004. Previously, he spent 12 years with two leading international investment banks and taught an MBA course on M&A at the University of Toronto for several years.
Andre holds an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business as well as a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Political Economy from the University of Toronto.
Daniel is Head of the BMO Capital Markets Canadian Mergers & Acquisitions group. He has extensive capital markets and M&A experience. Daniel’s recent assignments have included advising Canadian Tire on its $800 million acquisition of Forzani Group, Consolidated Thompson of its $5 billion sale to Cliffs, Woodbridge on its $3.2 billion sale of BellGlobeMedia, Value Creation on its $1 billion joint venture with BP plc, Goldcorp on its sale of Terrane Minerals, Tristar Energy on its $2.5 billion merger with Petrobakken, Progress Energy on its $3.0 billion merger with Proex, BP on its integrated oil sands and refining joint venture with Husky Energy, Canetic Energy Trust on its $5 billion sale to Penn West Energy Trust, Falcon Oil and Gas on its joint venture with Exxon in Hungary, TransAlta Power LP on its $600 million sale to Cheung Kong Infrastructure, Miramar Mining on its $1.5 billion sale to Newmont, Nelson Petroleum on its $2.0 billion sale to LUKOIL and EnCana on its $1.5 billion sale of its oil pipelines. Prior to joining BMO Capital Markets in 2003, he spent a combined 13 years in investment banking at Morgan Stanley, where he ran the Canadian Energy Group, and at Scotia Capital, where he ran the Power Group.
Daniel has an MBA from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor of Science with honours from the University of Alberta.
Scott is a Managing Director, Group Head of the BMO Capital Markets Industrials team as well as Head of the BMO Capital Markets U.S. Mergers & Acquisitions group. Based in Chicago, Scott oversees a team of over 50 professionals across the Industrials sector and M&A practice. He has extensive M&A advisory and financing experience at a senior level, having acted on dozens of high profile transactions. Scott spent almost a decade at Deutsche Bank and its predecessor companies, including BT Wolfensohn. In Deutsche Bank’s Chicago office, he was responsible for that office’s M&A practice, including client relationship management, transaction sourcing, execution and quality control. Prior to moving to Chicago, Scott spent seven years with Deutsche Bank’s in New York City. Previous to that, he was a principal at Brass Rock Holdings, a Cleveland-based buyout and financial advisory boutique, and spent several years in various corporate finance functions in private company settings. Scott joined BMO Capital Markets in 2007.
Scott serves on the boards of One Hope United Federation, as well as One Hope United Northern Region. Additionally, Scott is on the Board of Ways to Work, a national social impact bank. He also serves on the Board of Hemolife Medical Inc., a startup medical device business.
Scott is a graduate of the University of Arizona in Tucson.