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Philip Anisman
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Connelly, Mark, The Licencing of Securities Market Actors, in: Anisman, Philip et al (eds), Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada (Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Ottawa, 1979, Vol. 3) 1265Google Scholar

Connelly, Mark, The Licencing of Securities Market Actors, in: Anisman, Philip et al (eds), Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada (Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Ottawa, 1979, Vol. 3) 1265Google Scholar. Department of Trade and Industry (UK), Financial Services in the United Kingdom - A New Framework for Investor Protection (Stationary Office Books, London, 1985)Google Scholar

The Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada: Purpose and Process. By Philip Anisman, Published on 09/01/81. Dec 1981 Philip Anisman

The Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada: Purpose and Process. Dec 1981 Philip Anisman. Dec 1981 Johann W. Mohr. Dec 1981 Albert Wingell. An Inquiry into the Nature of the State and Its Relation to the Criminal Law. Dec 1981 G. P. J. McGinley.

The stock market (the securities market), which is part of the financial .

its price on the stock exchange and on the over-the-counter market), and also for calculating dividends. The rules for protecting investors’ rights are set forth in Federal Law No. 46-FZ, dated 5 March 1999, ‘On Protecting Investors’ Rights and Lawful Interests in the Securities Market’.

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Proposals for a securities market law for Canada. Philip Anisman, Warren M. H. Grover, John L. Howard, Jonathan P. Williamson, Yves E. Lauzon. Mixed service delivery: a private sector perspective. Proposals for a new business corporations law for Canada. Europe 1992: Threat or opportunity for the Canadian forest products industry and implications for public policy.

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Philip Anisman, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Securities Law, Corporation Law, Litigation (Corporate and Securities). Philip Anisman, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Securities Law, Corporation Law, Litigation (Corporate and Securities).

Anisman . and P. W. Hogg (1979). Constitutional Aspects of Federal Securities Legislation, in Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada, Background Papers, vol. 3, pp. 135–200. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services. Banwell, P. T. (1969). Proposals for a National Securities Commission, Queen's Intramural Law Journal 1(3): 3–35. Beaulieu, M. and Bellemare, G. (2000). Canadian Stock Market and North American Integration Isuma 1(1). The Growth of Government Spending in Canada.

Securities Market Law means Law No. 6,385, of December 7th, 1976, as. .much influenced by the federal Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada. 6,385, of December 7th, 1976, as amended. The authors also state: Its drafting owes most to the 'Ontario Act, but it has also been much influenced by the federal Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada.

Philip Anisman, The Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada: Purpose and Process (1981) 19 Osgoode Hall . 329. Marvin Yontef, Insider Trading in Proposals for a Securities Market Law for Canada, Vol. 3 (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1979) 625. Paul L. Davies, Gower and Davies’ Principles of Modern Company Law, 7th ed (London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2003). Janet Gamer Feldman and Richard L. Teberg, Beneficial Ownership Under Section 16 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 17 Case W. Res. L. Rev.

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