Toronto’s capital markets: The gateway to North America
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) is now, more than ever, a public market destination for international business. Together with the TSX Venture Exchange, the TSX was third in the world for equity capital raised as of late 2012, and is the seventh largest exchange group by market capitalization. With a wide investor base and strong liquidity, the TSX provides access to North American capital markets; fully nine percent of companies listed on the TSX are International Issuers.
The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) began in 2003 to provide an alternative for Canadian entrepreneurs. The CSE seeks to make public markets more accessible for start-ups. It’s an environment built for new enterprises, making it an excellent option for international companies seeking to enter Canadian markets.
Through our affiliation with Nexia International, Zeifmans belongs to a global network that includes over 650 offices in more than 115 countries. With strong ties to the best corporate and securities law practices in Canada, we help to connect overseas companies to the resources they require within Canada, and to connect our Canadian and American clients with opportunities abroad.
As a member of the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB), Zeifmans is certified to audit publicly traded companies in Canada. You will find our audit services exceptional, more efficient and more cost effective than those of multinational accounting firms.
Our team will help you to:
Gain access to North American capital markets and expand into new territory.
Understand the compliance requirements within Canada, to best protect your growth trajectory.
Leverage our partners’ knowledge and contacts within Canada and the U.S.
Take your Canadian company abroad through our international network.
For more information on how our expertise can help your company grow, contact our offices.
Stock Exchange Markets
NYSE Euronext (NYX)
Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
Canadian National Stock Exchange (CNSX)
Bourse de Montreal (MSE)
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Ontario Securities Commission (OSC)