Most companies today depend on networks, computers and the Internet to help manage their business.
Revisiting the “Specified Derivatives” Rulebook for Canadian Investment Funds – An Old Idea Whose Time Has Come
As previously reported, staff of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has issued welcome guidance in the absence of clearly articulated restrictions on the re-hypothecation of collateral supporting specified derivatives transactions in portfolios of prospectus-qualified investment funds.
Grant v. Winnipeg Regional Health Authority et al., 2015 MBCA 44 (“Grant”), is a successful appeal of the decision of the motion judge, which upheld the decision of the Master striking parts of an amended statement of claim as disclosing no reasonable cause of action.
Class action litigation is said to be the sport of kings, in the sense that only kings can afford it. Rare is the class action defendant who feels at all kingly.
With the flood of recent natural disasters, APRA has clarified the type of aggregate reinsurance arrangements that require its approval.
This observation by Warren Buffet holds especially true when it comes to valuations in private M&A transactions.
The PRA has published a speech given by Andrew Bailey (Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation and CEO, PRA) entitled Financial Markets: Identifying risks and appropriate responses.
There are new requirements regarding the posting and distribution of the Ontario Ministry of Labour employment standards poster entitled “Employment Standards in Ontario”.
The virtual debit card is fast becoming a reality for many consumers around the world who do not have access to online shopping sites that require payment by a credit card or who are simply afraid to use their credit card details while shopping online.