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Debate Continues Regarding Proposed Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System
On July 9, 2014, the federal government announced that Saskatchewan and New Brunswick had agreed to join Canada, British Columbia and Ontario in the CCMR.
Canada
29 Jul 2014
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Is U.S. Regulatory Guidance Driving Leveraged Lending Into The Shadows?
Since U.S. regulators published the Interagency Guidance on Leveraged Lending (Guidance), commentators have speculated on its likely market impact.
Canada
6 Jun 2014
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Regulatory Changes Affecting Calculations For Capital Markets Participation Fees In Ontario
Effective April 1, 2013, important changes to the Ontario Securities Commission (the OSC) Rule 13-502 – Fees (the Rule), came into force.
Canada
7 Nov 2013
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2012 Corporate Finance Review - Low Interest Rate Environment Provides Opportunities In The Debt Markets
Osler has published its 2012 Capital Markets Review which includes a look back at the year in Canadian corporate finance by Desmond Lee and Michael Innes.
Canada
22 Jan 2013
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Ontario Securities Commission Examines Emerging Market Issuers In New Report
On March 20, 2012, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) released a Report (the Report) addressing certain challenges posed by emerging market issuers. The Report contained the results of a review of 24 issuers listed on Canadian exchanges with significant business operations in emerging markets.
Canada
2 May 2012
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Access To Canadian Capital Markets For U.S. Mining Companies
US mining companies have had success raising funds in Canada because the Canadian capital markets are particularly sophisticated when it comes to the mining sector.
Canada
8 Mar 2011
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“Amend And Extends” Emerge As New Trend In U.S. Loan Markets
A current and anticipated future lack of refinancing sources for maturing loans, coupled with the recent surge in secondary loan market prices, have lead to a new trend in U.S. loan markets: the so-called “amend and extend” transaction or “A&E.”
Canada
 
8 Jul 2009
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Ontario’s New Civil Liability Regime: Implications For Investment Funds
The recently-proclaimed amendments to the Ontario Securities Act that create causes of action for investors in the secondary market with respect to misleading, insufficient or late disclosure will become effective on December 31, 2005. This update considers how the new regime will affect mutual funds and other investment funds that are reporting issuers.
Canada
 
19 Oct 2005
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New NI 45-106 Introduces Important Changes To Québec Private Placement Framework
Effective September 14, 2005, National Instrument 45-106 – Prospectus and Registration Exemptions (NI 45-106), adopted by way of regulation, introduces important changes to the Québec securities regulatory framework effectively replacing the prospectus and registration exemptions previously contained in the Securities Act (Quebec) (the Act) with a nationally harmonized set of exemptions that, for the most part, mirrors the regime currently in force in Ontario.
Canada
 
19 Oct 2005
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Canada’s Federal Court Allows Tax Deduction for Foreign Currency Loss Sustained Upon Debt Repayment
The Court of Appeal held that a debtor’s foreign currency loss arising on the redemption of debentures was deductible from business profits under a specific Canadian tax rule, but the Court’s reasons may have broader consequences. In some situations, taking immediate action may result in significant tax savings.
Canada
12 Nov 2004
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