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The Canadian Securities Exchange is set for a great start to this year by launching a new simplified trading platform and changing their name from the Canadian National Stock Exchange to the CSE. The CSE (Canadian Securities Exchange) estimates that it accounted for 17% of new issuers entering the Canadian public markets in 2013.
CSE is positioned for success in the year of 2014 due to its focus on simplifying the process for listing on Canadian stock exchanges. CEO Richard Carleton wrote, “More and more, people are cost conscious and concerned with the amount of bureaucracy and length of time it takes to get on an exchange in Canada. [The CSE] provides a very attractive model for a public company, as although there is a heavier continuous disclosure burden, it does mean companies can get listed much more quickly than alternatives.”
The Canadian Securities Exchange also enjoys the advantage of being backed by some high profile names in the industry; giving it credibility and the interest of potential investors.
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