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Canadian Securities Regulators Re-Propose
Canadian securities regulators have proposed rule changes that would permit reporting issuers to make their information circulars available on a website without having to mail hard copies to shareholders.
Canada
29 Jun 2011
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Proposed Changes To TSX Rules
The Toronto Stock Exchange is proposing changes to its rules relating to :
Canada
17 Feb 2011
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Corporate Governance Developments In Canada And The United States
Corporate governance was a major focus of attention for lawmakers, securities regulators and investors during 2010, and we expect further significant developments in 2011.
Canada
10 Feb 2011
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SEC Proposes Shareholder Votes on Executive Compensation for U.S. Companies
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed new rules to require U.S. companies to provide their shareholders with non-binding votes on executive compensation ("say-on-pay") and compensation in connection with changes in control ("golden parachute" compensation).
Canada
9 Nov 2010
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SEC Proposes Shareholder Votes on Executive Compensation for U.S. Companies
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed new rules to require U.S. companies to provide their shareholders with non-binding votes on executive compensation ("say-on-pay") and compensation in connection with changes in control ("golden parachute" compensation).
Canada
9 Nov 2010
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Canadian Securities Regulators Propose Permitting Website Posting of Annual Proxy Materials
Canada’s securities regulators are proposing changes to National Instrument 54-101, Communication with Beneficial Owners of Securities of a Reporting Issuer.
Canada
14 Jun 2010
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Changes To Canada's Insider Reporting Regime
Canada’s securities regulators have adopted a new regime for insider reporting. New National Instrument 55-104 and its companion policy are expected to come into effect on April 30, 2010.
Canada
28 Jan 2010
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Canadian Securities Regulators Decide Not To Overhaul Corporate Governance Regime
Canada’s securities regulators have decided not to proceed with the overhaul of our corporate governance regime proposed last December.
Canada
18 Nov 2009
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SEC Postpones Auditor Attestation For Smaller Public Companies
The SEC has granted an extension for smaller public companies to comply with the auditor attestation requirement under section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
Canada
20 Oct 2009
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Canadian Securities Regulators Propose IFRS-Related Rule Changes
In preparation for the changeover in 2011 to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Canadian securities regulators have proposed revisions to National Instrument 52-107, Acceptable Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards.
Canada
7 Oct 2009
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Reminder: Investors May Be Required To File Beneficial Ownership Reports With The SEC By February 17, 2009
Investors who beneficially own more than 5% of a class of voting equity securities of an SEC-registered issuer may need to file a report with the SEC by February 17, 2009.
Canada
6 Feb 2009
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Toronto Stock Exchange Issues Guidance On Securityholder Rights Plans
The TSX expects most securityholder rights plans to have a triggering threshold of 20%, consistent with takeover bid requirements under Canadian securities legislation.
Canada
1 Dec 2008
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TSX Takes Remedial Measures In Difficult Market Conditions
The staff of the TSX issued a notice on November 3, 2008 providing temporary relief from certain requirements of the TSX Company Manual and reminding issuers of certain provisions that may be helpful in the current difficult market conditions.
Canada
7 Nov 2008
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Canadian And U.S. Orders On Short Selling And Issuer Repurchases: New Expiry Dates
The OSC and SEC have changed the expiry dates of their emergency orders on short selling and issuer repurchases of their own securities as follows...
Canada
20 Oct 2008
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SEC Amends Cross-Border Tender Offer Rules And Relaxes Beneficial Ownership Reporting Rules For Non-U.S. Institutional Investors
The SEC has amended its cross-border tender offer rules governing transactions involving non-U.S. targets.
Canada
13 Oct 2008
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Amended Short-Selling Orders And Additional Rule Changes To Increase Liquidity In The United States And Canada
The OSC and SEC have issued temporary orders prohibiting short selling of certain financial companies' securities until October 3, 2008.
United States
2 Oct 2008
17
SEC Attempts To Stabilize U.S. Market By Prohibiting Naked Short Selling
The SEC has implemented rules prohibiting naked short selling in an attempt to curb the decline in stock prices and reduce turmoil in securities markets.
United States
22 Sep 2008
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Canadian Securities Regulators Adopt Policy On Cease Trade Orders For Continuous Disclosure Defaults
Canada's securities regulators have adopted National Policy 12-203, Cease Trade Orders for Continuous Disclosure Defaults.
Canada
15 Sep 2008
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Toronto Stock Exchange May Permit Listing Of SPACs
The TSX is proposing to permit the listing of special purpose acquisition corporations. SPACs are shell companies that raise capital in an IPO with a mandate to acquire an operating business within a specified period of time.
Canada
7 Sep 2008
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Canada´s New Rule On Internal Control Certifications Effective For December 2008 Year-Ends
Canada's securities regulators have published new National Instrument 52-109 on CEO and CFO certifications and related MD&A (management's discussion and analysis) disclosure.
Canada
7 Sep 2008
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