The decision to take a company public is a significant milestone in its development. "Going Public" is a project that demands substantial resources and attention - requiring the involvement of lawyers, auditors, transfer agents, investors, and other key partners. Listing on a stock exchange requires a combination of planning, execution, and timing. Fortunately for Canada's entrepreneurs, the complexity and cost of going public and getting listed are reduced substantially on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
In an effort to help potential issuers plan and guide their "Going Public" path - the CSE has compiled resources and links to various sources of information that will help companies reach this goal (see below).
For additional assistance with your questions regarding going public on the CSE please contact any of our experienced listing staff listed here.
|Services for Issuers
|Our Listings Development Team periodically schedules the CSE listing seminars at our offices, via-webinar, or on-site for groups. To register or request a seminar please follow the link below.
|The CSE recognized service providers offer a variety of services that will assist companies preparing to go public and maintain a successful listing when on the CSE.