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Need Growth Capital? Look to Canada.October 29 2014 - 1:36 pm
The TSX Finance Series provides an introduction to Canadian capital markets and is designed for C-Level executives from Utah growth companies. It takes place Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the Grand America Hotel, Savoy Room, with a general information session from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon.
Additionally, the general panel discussion is followed by optional 30-minute one-on-one meetings between select executive management teams and capital markets professionals. These one-on-ones start at 12:00 noon.
This is a streamlined event that brings capital markets professionals and advisors who are well-versed in specific sectors to you. It’s a facilitative forum for C-level management teams of companies and capital markets professionals to determine suitability of the Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange as a source of capital and growth platforms.
Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange seek to meet with small to mid-cap U.S. companies that meet specific criteria, including but not limited to:
- Revenues of at least $50m or EBITDA of at least $10m in 2013
- Latest pre-money valuation of at least $50M
- Considering an IPO within 12 to 24 months
- US companies with the best fit generally come from the following sectors: Real Estate, Energy, Technology, Energy Technology, Renewable Power, and Clean Technology.
The Toronto Stock Exchange representatives are expert in a diverse range of industries, including:
Consumer & Industrial Products And Services – Includes a wide array of companies ranging from manufacturing, infrastructure, mining, energy services, transportation and commercial services, to apparel, restaurants, drugstores and household products.
Financial Services – Includes traditional banks, trading firms, investment banks, asset managers, investment funds, insurance companies, non-bank lenders, transfer agencies and other providers of financial services.
Real Estate – Includes real estate investment trusts (REITs), real estate operating companies (REOCs) and real estate development & services providers (REDs).
Communications & Media – Includes all companies involved in telecommunications equipment and services, television and radio broadcasting, motion picture/video production and publishing.
Utilities & Pipelines – Includes electrical generation and service utilities, as well as gas transportation companies.
Forest Products & Paper – Includes companies manufacturing softwood lumber, structural panels, newsprint, pulp and various other wood and paper products.
For more information, feel free to contact: PRIYA PATIL, B.Sc., J.D., Head, Diversified Industries, office (416) 947 4710, email Priya.Patil@TSX.Com