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Fireside Discussion with Grant Vingoe, OSC Acting Chair

Jun 23, 2020 Webinars < 1 read

June 23, 2020
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (ET)

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The Capital Markets and M&A Group at McMillan cordially invites you to participate in a virtual fireside discussion on Tuesday, June 23rd with Grant Vingoe, Acting Chair of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC).

This discussion will highlight key priorities of the OSC, including an update on burden reduction work underway. Remarks will also focus on the OSC’s response to COVID19 and provide a regulatory roadmap for navigating contested transactions.

Agenda

  • Welcome Remarks
    James Musgrove, Co-Chair, Competition and Antitrust Group, McMillan LLP
  • Outline of Agenda and Introduction of Speakers
    Leila Rafi, Partner, Capital Markets and M&A Group, McMillan LLP
  • Fireside Discussion
    Grant Vingoe, Acting Chair, Ontario Securities Commission
    Paul Davis, National Chair, Capital Markets and M&A Group, McMillan LLP
  • Q&A and Closing Remarks
    Sandra Zhao, Partner, Capital Markets and M&A Group, McMillan LLP

Grant Vingoe
Acting Chair and CEO
Ontario Securities Commission

Grant Vingoe is a leading counsel on securities law in the U.S. and Canada, who has extensive experience as a leader on cross-border securities initiatives and a background in corporate governance and regulatory policy. He has been a partner with international law firms in Toronto and New York, most recently with Norton Rose Fulbright where he specialized in the regulation of financial institutions and capital market transactions. He is a former independent director of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and was Chair of its Corporate Governance Committee.

For more information, please contact: [email protected]

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