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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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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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Dude, Where's My Debtor?: Changes To Ontario's Personal Property Security Act
Section 7(3) of the Ontario PPSA sets out the rules for determining where the debtor is located.
Canada
28 Jan 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide to Securitisation 2015 Edition; Chapter 11: Canada
In the Canada overview, Michael and Jim provide insights into the country's securitisation issues, from trade conventions to consumer protection regulation.
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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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Securitisation 2014
A practical cross-border insight into securitisation work.
Canada
15 May 2014
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To Securitisation 2013 Edition - Chapter 10
Formalities. In order to create an enforceable debt obligation of the obligor to the seller
Canada
19 Feb 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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Securitization In Canada
In order to create an enforceable debt obligation of the obligor to the seller, (a) is it necessary that the sales of goods or services are evidenced by a formal receivables contract; (b) are invoices alone sufficient; and (c) can a receivable "contract" be deemed to exist as a result of behaviour of the parties?
Canada
27 May 2011
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The IMAX Decisions: Expanding the Scope of Securities Class Actions
The first decision on the leave requirement for a statutory misrepresentation claim under Ontario’s statutory secondary market liability regime was released in December 2009, together with the companion decision on the certification of that proceeding as a class action.
Canada
15 Apr 2010
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Recent Developments In Asset Equipment Finance And Leasing
The asset equipment finance and leasing practice area is related to the financing of equipment, vehicles and related assets by way of specific asset-based priority financing, primarily through leases, but also through conditional sales contracts, secured loans or securitizations.
Canada
20 Jun 2008
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Asset/Equipment Finance And Leasing
According to the Canadian Finance and Leasing Association (a prominent industry organization that represents participants in this industry), the asset-based financing and leasing industry in Canada finances as much as 25 per cent of annual new investment in machinery, equipment and commercial vehicles in Canada.
Canada
6 Nov 2007
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Know Your Options: Mitigating The Risks Of Backdating And Springloading
Backdating options is, at best, indicative of poor governance and, at worst, illegal. The practice could result in director liability, executive terminations and a dramatic decrease in share price. It is vitally important for plan sponsors to understand how option backdating and springloading is done and to know what steps to take to ensure that companies they invest in do not engage in these activities.
Canada
16 May 2007
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M&A Trends of 2005—Our Top 10 List
Mergers and acquisitions are back! If 2005’s strong resurgence of M&A activity in Canada continues, 2006 M&A activity is likely to be brisk. This is our top 10 list of the trends that emerged last year.
Canada
4 Jan 2006
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U.S. Leveraged Buyouts of Canadian Targets: Effective Structuring Isn’t Just for Billion-Dollar Deals
The use of "hybrid entities" to acquire Canadian companies can have significant benefits for U.S. investors in the appropriate circumstances.
Canada
6 Sep 2005
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Final SEC Rule on Asset-Backed Securities and Its Implications for the Canadian ABS Market
On December 15, 2004, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approved a comprehensive final rule (SEC Rule) that sets out the registration, disclosure and reporting requirements for asset-backed securities (ABS) under U.S. securities laws.
Canada
 
5 May 2005
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Canada’s Corporate Governance Disclosure Rule Finalized
Canadian securities regulators recently finalized their (a) policy setting out corporate governance guidelines that reflect best practices, and (b) disclosure rule requiring public companies to describe specific aspects of their governance practices. The disclosure rule will apply to financial years ending on and after June 30, 2005.
Canada
29 Apr 2005
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