Carleton says CSE understands what junior miners “are going through”
Richard Carleton, Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Securities Exchange, presented at the 5th Annual Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit, held recently in Toronto.
The Canadian Securities Exchange, or CSE, is operated by CNSX Markets Inc. Recognized as a stock exchange in 2004, the CSE began operations in 2003 to provide a modern and efficient alternative for companies looking to access the Canadian public capital markets. The most recent listings include a company with a global mobile app and another offering drone delivery services.
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Launched in September 2007, the CSE became the first trading venue in Canada with a continuous auction market to compete with the incumbent stock exchanges. Defined in the CSE Trading rules as “Alternative Market Securities”, securities listed on any Canadian exchange are eligible. Currently, all securities listed on the TSX and TSX Venture Exchange are traded on the CSE as Alternative Market Securities.
In this video of his presentation, Richard Carleton:
- Outlines the progress at CSE from three companies listed in 2004 to 328 today.
- Explains that, like junior miners, the CSE has had to be entrepreneurial, which means it understands the cost pressures that face junior miners, adding “we know what you’re going through”.
- Shows that CSE is attracting new cleantech company listings.
Just as importantly, he provides some very useful advice for foreign companies looking at dual-listing on CSE to attract North American capital, suggesting several steps these companies could take to improve their profile in Canada.
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