2020 Fintech Year in Review: Canadian Regulatory Developments
Many commercial landlords are increasingly alarmed that COVID-19 may cause a surge in tenant bankruptcies or restructurings.
Changes to Canada’s privacy laws, developments with low-commission brokerages and changes to short-term rental regulations will impact real estate associations.
Canadian Banks, BDC and OSFI work together for a seamless launch of the new Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (HASCAP)Feb 2, 2021
OSFI provides guidance for the capital treatment of loans and BDC guarantees under the new Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (HASCAP)
Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice has issued a decision dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on reasonable notice periods.
In the Bag: Court Certifies Class Action for Westjet Baggage Fees
Canadian Regulators Remove Key Barrier to Distribution of Alternative Mutual Funds – New Courses Will Permit Mutual Fund Dealers/Registered Firms to Trade in Securities of Alternative Mutual FundsJan 29, 2021
Canadian securities regulators provide additional proficiency options for distributing alternative mutual funds
A concise summary of Ontario's new excess soil regulation (O.Reg 406/19) and key takeaways for affected parties.
Deferred Prosecution Agreements: The Continued Use of DPAs in the Antitrust Sphere in the United StatesJan 19, 2021
In this bulletin, we discuss the deferred prosecution agreement recently entered into by Argos USA LLC with the United States Department of Justice.
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