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By Peter Brown, Kelly Samuels
The new Financial Services Authority Act (the "FSAA") will result in the replacement of the current Financial Institutions Commission ("FICOM") with the BC Financial Services Authority (the "FSA").
By Alan Monk
On May 16, 2019, British Columbia proclaimed into force amendments to the conflict of laws rules in the Personal Property Security Act (the "PPSA").
By Kelly Samuels
Explosive technological development within the financial services sector has left regulators struggling to keep pace with innovation.
By Alan Monk, Jake Schroeder, Katie Gordon
In a recent paper[1] published in the Banking and Finance Law Review, a journal that provides insight into issues confronting the Canadian legal and financial community
By Fraser Hartley, Jake Schroeder
Amendments to the Canada Business Corporations Act will require privately held federal corporations to maintain records of individuals with significant control.
By Kelly Samuels, Russell Allsup, Jake Schroeder
Mastercard has announced it will be acquiring Toronto-based fintech company Ethoca.
By Kelly Samuels, Russell Allsup, Jake Schroeder
Forbes, a leading American business and finance outlet, has become well known for publishing lists acknowledging the who's who of various industries.
By David Allman, Alan Monk, Jake Schroeder
Mineral exploration option agreements (also known variously as "option agreements", "earn-in agreements" or "farm-in agreements") are agreements which have not often been examined by our courts.
By Alan Monk, Jake Schroeder
Canada is the only industrialized country without a national securities regulator.
By Kelly Samuels, Russell Allsup, Katie Gordon
On Thursday, November 1, 2018, the Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC") launched two cryptoasset educational initiatives as part of its activities for Financial Literacy Month.
By Ian van den Dolder, Alan Monk
Securities regulatory authorities in Canada have found multiple shortfalls in the disclosure of reporting issuers who are licensed cannabis producers and emphasized the importance of proper valuation of cannabis plants ...
By Katie Gordon, Russell Allsup, Kelly Samuels
The Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") announced it has selected a market analytics platform designed to identify, assess, and assist potential market abuse cases.
By Laura Morrison
The British Columbia Supreme Court recently released a decision, Gautam v. Canada Line Rapid Transit Inc., 2018 BCSC 1515, awarding compensation to three businesses that were impacted by the construction ...
By Fraser Hartley, Katie Gordon
The cryptocurrency world is replete with vagaries and uncertainties.
By David Allman
The Province of British Columbia has passed the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act (CCLA), which is scheduled to come into effect on October 17, 2018.