Raising Capital and Going Public in Canada with your Metaverse Company
Canada’s capital markets is the core of our Public Venture Capital ecosystem that is a first mover with current edge technologies and business sectors
ITB Solutions Incorporated is a Going Public Management Consulting firm based in downtown Toronto. ITB has assisted private companies in achieving their goals with their stock exchange listing in Canada for the past 18 years.
ITB’s president and founder, Jeffrey Stanger, worked in listings for two of Canada’s stock exchanges, namely the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) and the Neo Exchange for 16 years in addition to taking his own company public on the TSX Venture Exchange 27 years ago.
Other ITB team members have working in the listings department of the NYSE, Singapore Stock Exchange (“SGX”), the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”), and the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”).
Learn more about our team here – Team Bios
Some of the reasons to raise capital and list in Canada are:
- Stock Exchanges – Canada has 4 recognized stock exchanges in Canada broken down into two categories; Non- Venture Issuer Exchanges aka Senior Exchange which include the TSX and the Neo and Venture Issuer Exchanges aka Junior Exchanges consisting of the CSE and TSXV.
- Cost Efficient – significantly lower exchange, legal and auditing costs.
- Timeline – Shorter timeline for a public listing.
- Public Venture Capital – Canada has 3,800 publicly traded companies as companies utilize public venture capital.
- First Mover Market – the Canadian market is a first mover market for new industries as demonstrated in the cannabis, psychedelic, crypto, blockchain, NFT and now metaverse sectors.
- Higher Investor Risk Profile – Canadian investors have a high-risk tolerance due to prior mining exploration investment experience.
- US Trading – All Canada Stock Exchanges are considered qualifying exchanges with the OTC Markets Group enabling them to quote on the OTC Markets easily and at a very low cost without having to be a US reporting issuer.
Learn more about raising capital by contacting us at the contact form to the right or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as by visiting our educational website GoPublicInCanada.com