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SEC Releases Final Rule Amendments To Regulation A
We anticipate that Regulation D, Rule 144A and MJDS will continue to be the preferred route to the U.S. capital markets for Canadian companies.
Canada
2 Apr 2015
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NASDAQ Amending Compensation Committee Director Independence Requirements
On November 26, 2013, the NASDAQ Stock Market LLC filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission proposed amendments to its listing rules on compensation committee composition.
Canada
20 Dec 2013
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NYSE And NASDAQ Listing Standards For Compensation Committees And Compensation Advisers Approved By SEC
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved the New York Stock Exchange’s and the NASDAQ Stock Market’s listing standards relating to the independence of compensation committees, compensation consultants and other compensation advisers.
Canada
4 Feb 2013
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Securities Regulators In Alberta And British Columbia Provide Limited Relief From Canadian Multilateral Instrument 51-105
The Alberta and the British Columbia Securities Commissions have issued exemption orders (the Exemption Orders) which provide limited relief from Multilateral Instrument 51-105.
Canada
9 Aug 2012
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New Canadian Rules To Make Issuers Quoted In The U.S. OTC Markets Into Reporting Issuers In Canada
Private Placement "Wrapper" Sales into Canada May Result in the Issuer Becoming Subject to Canadian Public Company Reporting Requirements.
Canada
9 Jul 2012
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Why Canadian Issuers Would Have Little To Gain From Becoming A WKSI To Facilitate A U.S. Public Offering
On December 1, 2005, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) reforms relating to public offerings of securities in the United States came into effect. One of the key components of the reforms is the concept of a well-known seasoned issuer (WKSI)1. The reforms are designed to provide WKSIs, which generally are large and well-capitalized public companies with established reporting histories, with quicker access to the U.S. public capital markets. WKSIs are able to register unspecifie
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22 Mar 2006
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