Recent Developments in the Canadian Securities Markets
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Article originally published in the 2007 edition of Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Capital Markets Lawyers as the introduction to the Canada section.
Excerpt from "Recent Developments in the Canadian Securities Markets":
The Canadian securities industry continues to be faced with globalization and consolidation challenges. The recent resurgence of merger speculation between the TSX Group and the Montreal Exchange as well as the continuing debate regarding the creation of a single national regulator will no doubt keep things interesting in the markets for the remainder of the year. Three recent developments are of some significance: executive compensation disclosure, stand-still agreements in auctions, and the Securities Transfer Act.
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