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The Case For Longer Mortgages: Addressing The Mismatch Between Term And Amortization
Partner Michael Feldman has authored an article for the C.D. Howe Institute titled "The Case for Longer Mortgages: Addressing the Mismatch Between Term and Amortization" which explores...
Canada
14 Mar 2018
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Why We Don't Have Twenty-Five Year Mortgages In Canada
Partner Michael Feldman and Associate Sharon Au have co-authored "Why We Don't Have Twenty-Five Year Mortgages in Canada," an article for the August issue of the National Banking Law Review.
Canada
5 Sep 2016
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Canada's New Rules On Financing Of Insured Mortgages
Two regulatory amendments in the Final Regulations were originally introduced in the Draft Regulations.
Canada
15 Mar 2016
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Canadian Covered Bonds And Mortgages: A Suggested Compromise
Partner Michael K. Feldman is the author of "Canadian Covered Bonds and Mortgages: A Suggested Compromise," an article for the National Banking Law Review, Volume 34, Number 6.
Canada
27 Jan 2016
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New Rules On Financing Of Insured Mortgages Could Have Far-Reaching Impact
The first set of amendments applies to mortgage loans insured by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), and the second set of amendments applies to mortgage loans insured by licensed private mortgage insurers.
Canada
17 Jun 2015
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CMHC Insurance And Covered Bonds—What Will Happen When The Training Wheels Come Off?: Revisited
During the financial crisis, Canadian banks and other mortgage lenders relied heavily on securitization programs sponsored by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Canada
7 Jul 2014
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Slow And Steady Wins The Race
Making regulations is a bit like making furniture.
Canada
19 Jul 2011
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The Continuing Discussion Of Continuous Disclosure: The Influence Of The CSA’s
Reporting issuers, especially those whose businesses involve material or potentially material environmental matters, should carefully consider CSA Staff Notice 51-333, Environmental Reporting Guidance1 (the Notice), which the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) published in 2010. As many reporting issuers prepare their annual information forms (AIFs) and other continuous disclosure in 2011, now may be the first time that they are considering the Notice in the context of their disclosure.
Canada
13 Jul 2011
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Canadian Securities Administrators Proposes Mandatory Reporting Of OTC Derivatives Trades
On June 23, 2011, the Canadian Securities Administrators released CSA Consultation Paper 91-402, the first in a series of eight proposed public consultation papers relating to the proposed sweeping regulatory reform of the Canadian over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market.
Canada
7 Jul 2011
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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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Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies Assessment Of Materiality
On May 11, 2011, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the class action proceeding Sharbern Holding Inc. v. Vancouver Airport Centre,1 in which it assessed materiality in the context of disclosure to investors.
Canada
17 May 2011
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The Continuing Discussion of Continuous Disclosure: The Influence of the CSA’s Recent Guidance on Environmental Reporting
Reporting issuers, especially those whose businesses involve material or potentially material environmental matters, should carefully consider CSA Staff Notice 51-333, Environmental Reporting Guidance.
Canada
9 May 2011
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Capital Markets: Canada
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) provides the main market for senior equities.
Canada
31 Mar 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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Comment On A National Securities Regulator
What has been completely overlooked in all the battling over the issue of a national securities regulator is how the dealers and persons who actually distribute and trade in securities on behalf of retail, corporate and institutional investors are regulated.
Canada
10 Feb 2011
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Basel Committee Requires Non-Common Capital Instruments to Be Convertible into Common Shares
Earlier today, the Basel Committee released new minimum requirements specifying that all capital instruments issued on or after January 1, 2013 must contain provisions that require them to be converted into common shares if the relevant regulator determines that the bank is no longer viable.
Canada
17 Jan 2011
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OSC Decision Provides More Clarity on the Use of Defensive Tactics
The Ontario Securities Commission has published its reasons for cease trading the shareholder rights plan of Baffinland Iron Ore and has clarified its position on the use of a shareholder rights plan, or "poison pill," in the face of a hostile takeover bid.
Canada
15 Dec 2010
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Changes to Executive Compensation Disclosure in Canada
The CSA (Canadian securities administrators) has proposed changes to executive compensation disclosure to take effect for the 2012 proxy season.
Canada
26 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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