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CSA Propose Pre-Marketing And Marketing Amendments To Prospectus Rules
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have published a Request for Comment proposing amendments to the Canadian prospectus rules relating to bought deals, term sheets and road shows used to market public offerings.
Canada
5 Dec 2011
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CSA Publishes Proposed Amendments To Prospectus Requirements
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have proposed amendments to the prospectus requirements under Canadian securities laws, as well as certain consequential amendments to other rules.
Canada
2 Aug 2011
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OSC Review Of Disclosure Regarding Auditor Involvement With Interim Financial Statements
The Ontario Securities Commission (the OSC) recently released OSC Staff Notice 51-718 – Key Considerations Relating to an Auditor’s Involvement with Interim Financial Reports.
Canada
23 May 2011
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CSA Publishes Proposed Amendments To Securities Rules To Address Adoption Of International Financial Reporting Standards In Canada
On September 25, 2009, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the CSA) published for comment a new rule (the Proposed Rule) that would replace the existing National Instrument 52-107 — "Acceptable Accounting Principles, Auditing Standards and Reporting Currency".
Canada
26 Oct 2009
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Canadian Securities Administrators Issue Guidelines Regarding Disclosure Of Impact Of Adoption Of International Financial Reporting Standards In Issuers´ MD&A Beginning In 2008
In the recently published Staff Notice 52-320 Disclosure of Expected Changes in Accounting Policies Relating to Change over to International Financial Reporting Standards, the Canadian Securities Administrators state that they expect issuers to disclose in their management's discussion and analysis as the basis for preparing their financial statements.
Canada
29 May 2008
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Canadian Income Trust M&A
On October 31, 2006 the Canadian federal government announced proposed changes to Canadian tax laws that will significantly reduce or eliminate the tax advantages of Canadian income trusts. The new proposals, when implemented, will create a tax regime for most publicly-traded trusts and partnerships and their investors that will, in effect, be similar to that for public corporations and their shareholders.
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6 Mar 2007
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