Orlee Wertheim on the TSX being the leading exchange for resource companies

In a recent presentation at InvestorIntel’s 6th Annual Technology Metals Summit (#CTMS2017), Orlee Wertheim of TMX Group Limited (TSX: X) delivered a presentation titled, “A Capital Opportunity: A Global Market for Mining Companies”. Addressing industry and investors alike, Orlee provides an overview of trends seen amongst mining and technology companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV). Orlee also discusses the access to both capital and a global market that is gained by listing on the TSX and TSXV… to access the complete presentation, click here

#CTMS2017 panel on marketing public equities to “the street”

In a recent panel, from InvestorIntel’s 6th Annual Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit, moderated by Peter Clausi, Senior Editor of InvestorIntel Corp. and Paul Bokserman, Editor of InvestorIntel Corp., the following panelists spoke on the topic “Marketing Public Equities to “the street””:

    • Rob Cook, Senior Vice President of the Canadian Securities Exchange
    • Anthony Durkacz, Executive Vice President of First Republic Capital
    • Tracy Weslosky, CEO of InvestorIntel Corp.
    • Paul Guedes, Corporate Development for Nano One Materials Corp. (TSXV: NNO)
    • Orlee Wertheim, Head of Business Development – Global Mining for the TMX Group Limited (TSX: X)
    • Denis Clement, Business Development, InvestorIntel Corp.

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Toronto’s venture exchange attracting cleantech listings

Toronto's venture exchange attracting cleantech listingsOrlee Wertheim, Business Development executive at TMX Group, presented at the 5th Annual Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit, held recently in Toronto.

TMX Group operates the Toronto Stock Exchange, Canada’s largest equity market, and TSX Venture Exchange. TSX Venture was Number 1 in the world last year for raising equity for mining companies.

There are more than 1,300 mining companies listed in Toronto — but the new growth area is in the listing of cleantech companies: there are now 112 such companies listed. 

In her presentation video, Orlee Wertheim:

  • Shows how important Toronto is for raising equity capital, coming third in the world ahead of both Australia and London.
  • Details the size of the mining sector on the TSX Venture, and the growth in foreign companies listing there.
  • Explains the importance of the Toronto exchange for investors in the U.S. and Europe seeking exposure to the mining space.
  • Outlines how the TSX and TSX.V are working to attract more companies, including  by reduction in fees.