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Know Your Client, Know Your Product, Know The Rules
The Canadian Securities Administrators recently issued CSA Staff Notice 31-336 Guidance for Portfolio Managers, Exempt Market Dealers and Other Registrants on the Know-Your-Client, Know-Your-Product and Suitability Obligations.
Canada
26 Feb 2014
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Fairness Opinions And Related Party Transactions: The Canadian Perspective
Fairness opinions and their quality are not generally highly-charged, emotional subjects in Canada.
Canada
14 Jun 2011
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Regulatory Developments in Securitization
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have issued a staff notice (CSA Staff Notice 45-307 – Regulatory Developments Regarding Securitization) and proposed a new national instrument (National Instrument 25-101 – Designated Rating Organizations), as a result of comments they received on a CSA consultation paper entitled Securities Proposals Stemming from the 2007- 08 Credit Market Turmoil and its Effect on the ABCP Market in Canada.
Canada
16 Aug 2010
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Regulatory Developments in Securitization
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have issued a staff notice (CSA Staff Notice 45-307 – Regulatory Developments Regarding Securitization) and proposed a new national instrument (National Instrument 25-101 – Designated Rating Organizations), as a result of comments they received on a CSA consultation paper entitled Securities Proposals Stemming from the 2007- 08 Credit Market Turmoil and its Effect on the ABCP Market in Canada.
Canada
 
15 Jan 2007
Ontario Court of Appeal Pronounces on Liability for Prospectus Forecasts in Landmark Shareholder Class Action Case: Kerr V. Danier Leather Inc. Et Al
Public company directors and offi cers, and their lawyers, were given some guidance by the Ontario Court of Appeal in late 2005 on the question of their potential liability for forecasts made in a prospectus, in circumstances where there may be a change in a “material fact” between the date the fi nal prospectus is issued and the closing date of the intended transaction.
Canada
31 Jan 2006
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Focus on Insolvency Law, May 2005 - Androscoggin Energy LLC – Blue Range Revisited
In only the second case heard in Canada on the subject of eligible financial contracts, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision in the reorganization of Androscoggin Energy LLC. In so doing they provided guidelines for determining those types of contracts that are not subject to the general stay created pursuant to Canadian insolvency legislation.
Canada
21 Sep 2005
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