Harvey Garman has almost 20 years of experience practicing corporate / commercial, banking and financial services, regulatory compliance and insolvency and restructuring law. He advises businesses on a wide range of legal, regulatory and reputational matters and simplifies and solves complex problems in a practical and timely way. Prior to joining KPMG, Harvey worked in-house at a major Canadian bank where he applied his practical and business-focused approach to legal practice and developed a first-hand knowledge of client needs.
Harvey has had key roles on many large and important files including the restructuring of the Canadian automotive industry, creation of the central-counterparty derivatives clearing system and co-authorship of a bank’s CDIC-mandated resolution plan.
Harvey is the former Managing General Editor of the Banking & Finance Law Review and currently serves on its editorial board. He delivers pro bono legal services at an Ontario charitable organization and is heavily involved with industry advocacy.
LL.B., University of Toronto
B.A. (Hons.), Wilfrid Laurier University
Called to the Bar, Law Society of Ontario, 2002
Volunteer Lawyer, Pro Bono Ontario
Editorial Board Member, Banking & Finance Law Review
Member, Ontario Bar Association
Member, Toronto Opinions Group