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Doing Business In Canada 2016: Read The Latest Updates To Our Popular Guide
What are the key considerations when planning to establish or acquire a business in Canada? What are the potential opportunities, and where are the possible pitfalls?
Canada
27 Sep 2016
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Recent Exemptive Relief Provides Additional Flexibility For Offering Derivatives To Retail And Institutional Investors
We have recently obtained separate exemptions for clients relating to the offering of derivatives to Canadian investors.
Canada
30 Nov 2011
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Are You Contemplating Raising Funds While Also Remaining Private?
Are you contemplating raising funds and remaining "private" without having to file documents with the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF)?
Canada
10 Jun 2011
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IIROC Proposes Expansion Of Client Suitability Review Rules And Client Account Reporting Obligations For Dealer Members
In the recently published Client Relationship Model proposal (the "Proposal"), the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada ("IIROC") examined the relationship between Dealer Members and their clients, and proposed requirements to reinforce the broader obligation for Dealer Members to deal fairly, honestly and in good faith with their clients.
Canada
9 Feb 2011
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CSA Introduces International Investment Fund Manager Exemption
Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) Notice 31-320, published October 15, 2010, proposes amendments to National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements & Exemptions (NI 31-103) and its companion policy that introduce an international investment fund manager registration exemption.
Canada
25 Oct 2010
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OSC Targets Derivatives
On October 30, 2009, the staff of the Ontario Securities Commission issued Staff Notice 91-702 Offerings of Contracts for Difference and Foreign Exchange Contracts to Investors in Ontario.
Canada
15 Dec 2009
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Canadian Government Announces Plans For Tariff Relief On A Broad Range Of Manufacturing Inputs
The Canadian Government has recently announced plans for further tariff relief to benefit Canadian businesses.
Canada
5 Oct 2009
8
International Arbitration Developments: Canada Strengthens Investor Protections
Canada has just passed legislation implementing the ICSID Convention, a very important tool for the resolution of investor-state disputes: Bill C-9, An Act to implement the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States (ICSID Convention), received Royal Assent on March 14, 2007.
Canada
18 Mar 2008
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Canada Jumps On The Bilateral Bandwagon
Following in the footsteps of the United States and other major trading partners, the Canadian government has been actively pursuing a number of bilateral and regional free trade and investment protection treaties over the past several months.
Canada
23 Aug 2007
10
Clean Technology Coming Of Age
This article begins an interesting four-part series on clean technology and its impact in today’s society. For some, clean technology is a passion. For others, it’s a commitment to their children and grandchildren.
Canada
26 Jul 2007
11
Investment Canada Act and Foreign Investment Review Policies
A number of commentators have noted that Canadian restrictions on foreign investments may in fact be hampering Canada’s growth. It would appear that the federal government agrees, and plans to take action accordingly.
Canada
17 May 2007
12
Canada Signs Bilateral Investment Treaty with Peru - India and China Are Next
On November 14, 2006, Canada and Peru signed a bilateral investment treaty (BIT), otherwise referred to as a Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement (FIPA). This is Canada’s first BIT to be negotiated in eight years and the first BIT to be based on Canada’s new 2004 Model FIPA. This will bring the number of BITs Canada has with developing and newly industrialized countries to a total of 22.
Canada
28 Nov 2006
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Canadian Income Trusts And Their Distributions To Be Taxed By The Federal Government
The Canadian Minister of Finance served up his own Halloween trick to income funds and their investors on October 31, 2006, announcing Finance's intention to tax distributions made by publicly traded flow-through entities including income trusts and certain publicly-traded Canadian partnerships.
Canada
2 Nov 2006
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Commercial Court Litigation: The Need For An Effective And Speedy Delivery Of Justice – The Superior Court Of Justice Of Ontario´s Experience
In the course of human (and business) events there is always the chance that parties will disagree. How are those disagreements resolved? Must every dispute have to be adjudicated by a judge? Clearly not!
Canada
29 Sep 2006
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Globalization - General Overview as Seen from Developed Countries - Part 3
Globalization is a tool. It can be well used and therefore be to the advantage of those affected – i.e. affected in a very positive way. It may also be ill used and therefore be to the disadvantage of those affected – initially this will have the negative effect upon the weaker countries or regions of the world but eventually all will have the problem of letting an opportunity slip through their collective fingers of sharing a maximized wealth.
Canada
22 Sep 2006
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Globalization - General Overview As Seen From Developed Countries - Part 2
Globalization is a tool. It can be well used and therefore be to the advantage of those affected – i.e. affected in a very positive way. It may also be ill used and therefore be to the disadvantage of those affected – initially this will have the negative effect upon the weaker countries or regions of the world but eventually all will have the problem of letting an opportunity slip through their collective fingers of sharing a maximized wealth.
Canada
22 Sep 2006
17
Globalization - General Overview As Seen From Developed Countries - Part 1
Globalization is a tool. It can be well used and therefore be to the advantage of those affected – i.e. affected in a very positive way. It may also be ill used and therefore be to the disadvantage of those affected – initially this will have the negative effect upon the weaker countries or regions of the world but eventually all will have the problem of letting an opportunity slip through their collective fingers of sharing a maximized wealth.
Canada
22 Sep 2006
18
Canada Examining its Foreign Investment Protection Treaty Program
Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) is currently considering expanding the countries covered by its bilateral investment protection agreements.
Canada
16 Aug 2006
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So You Want to Buy a High Tech Company: The Essentials of High Tech M&A
So you want to buy a high tech company. Well, papering the legals for a high tech deal presents a number of challenges beyond those that exist in any asset or share purchase transaction. The significant additional dimension is speed - high tech M&A happens in Internet time, at a very fast pace. And yet, there is still much legal work to be done on such a deal. So herewith some suggestions if you are contemplating acquiring a software or some other high tech company, or a "traditional" compan
Canada
20 Jul 2006
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Energy (electricity): Recent Developments of Importance
The approach to restructuring electricity markets has differed across Canada as a result of the unique industry and regulatory structures, regional circumstances and issues that face each of the provinces.
Canada
4 Jul 2006
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