Securities Regulation in Canada download epub
by Mark Gillen
Securities Regulation In Canada book.
Securities Regulation In Canada book. Details (if other): Cancel.
More by Mark R. Gillen. Corporations and Partnerships of Canada. Securities Regulation in Canada.
Canadian securities regulation is managed through laws and agencies established by Canada's 13 provincial and territorial governments. Each province and territory has a securities commission or equivalent authority and its own piece of provincial or territorial legislation. Unlike any other major federation, Canada does not have a securities regulatory authority at the federal government level.
If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want.
Securities regulation in canada. Jean-Marc Suret and Cécile Carpentier.
Mark Gillen has been a professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, since 1987
Mark Gillen has been a professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria, since 1987. He has written numerous articles on the convergence of securities laws and implications for developing securities markets. In collaboration with three other American and Canadian legal practitioners, Prof.
Mark R Gillen Tel: 250-721-8169 Fax: 250-721-8146. I am the author of Securities Regulation in Canada, 3rd ed. Faculty of Law University of Victoria PO Box 1700, STN CSC Victoria, BC V8W 2Y2 Map. I was appointed to the Faculty of Law in 1987 as assistant professor, was promoted to associate professor in 1992 and to full professor in 2001
Securities Regulation in Canada.
Many stakeholders have expressed concerns about the ability of the current securities regulatory framework in Canada to keep up with the pace of change. At the same time, investor confidence has been shaken by substantial downturns in world equity markets and corporate scandals in the United States.
The proponents of national securities regulation in the US had a clear view on this question.
In any jurisdiction, the law governing the issuance of and trading in securities is a mix of public laws and regulations, requirements of private industry organizations, industry custom and private contractual arrangements. The proponents of national securities regulation in the US had a clear view on this question.