The firm is ranked #1 across a number of areas according to Bloomberg’s latest results.
Torys’ annual publication, Capital Markets Mid-Year Report 2015, features “Women in the C-Suite: Can Securities Law Advance Gender Equality?”—an analysis of how public companies in Canada have responded to new gender diversity rules that have come into effect this year.
Partner and co-head of the Capital Markets Practice, Rima Ramchandani, discusses the impact of the rules for a Globe and Mail article covering the highlights of our study.
Read about the latest in enforcement trends to address insider trading in our Capital Markets Mid-Year Report.
On June 6, the federal government published regulations amending both the Insurable Housing Loan Regulations under the National Housing Act (NHA) and the Eligible Mortgage Loan Regulations under the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act. The language used in the Regulatory Amendments could have a much broader impact on mortgage lenders than is indicated in the Regulatory Impact Statement that accompanies the amendments—and there could be other consequences for both mortgage lenders and funders.
Learn about recent rule changes designed to, among other things, encourage capital raising and protect retail investors.
Torys is pleased to welcome William McNamara to the firm.
Learn more about the exhibit commemorating the 800th anniversary of this iconic legal document.
Across our areas of practice, the expertise of our team members has been recognized in Lexpert’s latest rankings.