McLeod Law Celebrates 40 Years
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Robin G. Lokhorst
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CSA Staff Notice 21-329 Guidance for Crypto-Asset Trading Platforms: Compliance with Regulatory Requirements
On March 29, 2021, the Canadian Securities Administrators (“CSA”) and Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (“IIROC”) released a joint notice, CSA Staff Notice 21-329 Guidance for Crypto-Asset Trading Platforms: Compliance with Regulatory Requirements, which is intended to provide an overview of existing regulatory requirements and guidance on how securities legislation applies Crypto Asset Trading Platforms (“CTP”)
Public Cryptocurrency Companies and the Disclosure Expectations of Canadian Securities Regulators (CSA Staff Notice 51-363)
On March 11, 2021, the Canadian Securities Administrators released “CSA Staff Notice 51-363: Observations on Disclosure by Crypto Assets Reporting Issuers” (the “Notice”).
Crypto asset issuers who are considering filing a prospectus or conducting a reverse take-over or similar restructuring transaction must carefully consider the following disclosure obligations in order to meet minimum regulatory requirements. However, it should be noted that these disclosure expectations are entirely relevant for private issuers, and those crypto asset companies relying on offering memorandums or other exemptions from the prospectus registration requirements.
Covid has changed the way a lot of us go about our business and being a Trustee is no exception. Here are some things to be on the lookout for.
If you've fallen ill due to COVID-19 and are off work, you may qualify for disability insurance payments.
We continue to receive many questions on how your Condominium Corporation can function in light of the ongoing uncertainty of COVID-19 restrictions. On the one hand the Ministerial Order that suspended the requirement to hold General Meetings expired and Service Alberta tells us we must ‘find a way’ to hold General Meetings. On the other hand there continues to be restrictions placed on gatherings, and whether this is limited to only social gatherings or encompasses all gatherings isn’t clear.
To assist you, below you will find the answers to some of your questions.