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Raising Capital and Planning an IPO in Healthcare and Life Sciences

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May 31, 2016
7:30 AM – 9:15 AM
McMillan LLP, Brookfield Place, Suite 4400 – 181 Bay Street, Toronto, ON

For organizations considering, preparing for, or undergoing a major transaction – be it an IPO, sale or a milestone event – building a strategy to stay ahead can be a challenge. Please join us as our panel explores the following:

  • What is currently happening in the Canadian & US economies & capital markets
  • What options are available for raising private vs. public equity or debt
  • How to develop a strategic plan for an exit transaction whether it be an IPO, sale or another event and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each option
  • What should you think about in getting the company ready for the event from a legal, regulatory, internal controls, and corporate governance standpoint
  • Typical next steps, opportunities and challenges after the transaction is complete
  • Lessons learned from previous transactions

Co-modeators:

  • Paul Davis, Co-Chair Capital Markets and M&A, McMillan
  • Diana Dunlop, Senior Manager, Transaction Advisory, Deloitte

Panelists:

  • Bruce Chapple, Co-Chair Private Equity, McMillan
  • Pascal Tremblay, President and Managing Partner, Novacap
  • Ungad Chadda, Senior vice President, TSX
  • David Dalziel, Partner, Deloitte

For more information contact Nancy Tencer via phone 416.865.7937 or email nancy.tencer@mcmillan.ca.

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