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BIV on Roundhouse November 9: Why are fewer companies listing on the TSX?

November 9, 2017, 10:06am

On the latest show, co-hosts Kirk LaPointe and Hayley Woodin discuss why fewer companies are choosing to go public with Ian Russell, president and CEO of the Investment Industry Association of Canada. Russell examines what the phenomenon means for exchanges like the TSX, for companies, and for investors.

BC Lumber Trade Council president Susan Yurkovich weighs in on final softwood duties, and how the ongoing softwood lumber dispute between Canada and the U.S. is impacting B.C.'s forestry industry. 

A new report from Sotheby’s International Realty Canada and reveals the top factors motivating mainland Chinese buyers looking to purchase real estate in Canada. Byron Burley, head of North America for Juwai Limited, offers insight into what has international investors’ attention. 

Rocky Ozaki, co-founder of Now Innovation and vice-president of community at BC Tech Association, argues why the future of work requires greater transparency in the workplace, and looks at how far companies should go in their pursuit of transparency.

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