Need Growth Capital? Look to Canada.

Pete CodellaNews

The Global Chamber and the Toronto Stock Exchange are co-hosting an event in Salt Lake City that’s of interest to Utah growth companies looking for capital.

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.

RSVP here.

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