Tag Archives: TSX Venture

Global miners embracing Canadian listings

The story line behind a recent run of IPOs and new listings, large and small, is the sector’s affinity for the Toronto markets
December 13th, 2017

It was a light, yet telling, moment in the run-up to the third-largest mining IPO in TSX history. Ivan Grbesic, a partner at Stikeman Elliott and lead lawyer for the firm in its handling of Nexa Resources SA’s (TSX:NEXA) US$496-million … Continue reading

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CCGG targets REITs, other trusts

Model DOT provisions expected this year
August 28th, 2014

Among its objectives for 2014, announced in June, the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance (CCGG) is reviving a goal that it first started working on almost a decade ago. Specifically, it is initiating a campaign to replace the current inconsistent, … Continue reading

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Stoking the IPO fire

While Canadian IPOs have been scarce, some experts hope the U.S. hot streak will get our market cooking
By Ken Mark
April 21st, 2014

Might the deafening silence from Canada’s IPO market soon be coming to an end? During Q1 2014, the TSX did not register a single successful IPO listing. That also marked the fifth consecutive quarter in which the extractive industries sector, … Continue reading

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Venture issuers await the simple life

New disclosure regulations that better serve small issuers and their investors are now closer to reality
By Joel Kranc
December 19th, 2012

Any company with a “V” appended to its stock symbol knows that the cost of compliance, not to mention the time it requires, can be a burden. True, ensuring transparency, providing access to timely information and financial records for the … Continue reading

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Everyone into the pool

Call it the .P boom. Even as the conventional IPO market languishes, the TSX Venture Exchange’s capital pool program is bringing a steady stream of companies to market
By Robert Thompson
September 24th, 2012

Ron Schmeichel shouldn’t have been restless, but he was. Though only in his 20s, and busy with the demands of law school at the University of Western Ontario, Schmeichel was already pondering ways of involving himself in Canada’s public markets. When … Continue reading

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