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We have helped many businesses go public and have guided clients through the IPO process and beyond—from advising on optimal structuring of the IPO to helping public companies navigate a complex marketplace.
We are familiar with the many considerations involved in deciding to go public and invite you to take a look at our insights, resources and outlook on this significant milestone for a company on our Trends page, IPOs: Going Public in Canada.
On December 9, 2014, the Minister of Industry announced changes to the Competition Act that would authorize the Commissioner of Competition (the Commissioner) to determine why products have selling prices in Canada that are higher than they are in the United States.
The amendments represent an apparent shift from the government’s initial proposal to introduce legislation to "prohibit unjustified cross-border price discrimination."
DBRS, the fourth largest global credit rating agency, in its sale to The Carlyle Group, Warburg Pincus LLC and a consortium of investors.