Corporate finance and securities law in Canada is a complex and ever-evolving area that requires a thorough understanding of both the legal and financial aspects of corporate transactions. It involves a wide range of legal and regulatory considerations, including compliance with securities laws, stock exchange regulations, and tax laws. 

Why Shory Law?

As corporate lawyers, we help clients in structuring and execution of financial transactions, such as private placements and other debt and equity financings. 

Consider reaching out to our office in case you need help in navigating the complex regulatory environment in Canada. Our highly skilled team is happy to help. 

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Is insider trading legal in Canada?

Insider trading in Canada is prohibited by securities laws and regulations. This means that individuals who possess material non-public information about a company are prohibited from buying or selling the company’s securities while in possession of that information.

What is the process for going public in Canada?

The process of becoming a publicly traded company in Canada typically includes filing a prospectus with securities regulatory authorities, and listing the company’s securities on a stock exchange. Going public can also require compliance with ongoing reporting and disclosure requirements.

What are the regulatory requirements for issuing securities in Canada?

The issuance of securities in Canada is regulated by the securities regulatory authorities at federal and provincial level. Companies issuing securities must comply with applicable securities laws, including the filing of a prospectus or the reliance on an exemption from the prospectus requirement.

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