Financial Services

Overview

The Canadian financial services sector is known for the overall performance of its institutions. Banks, financial co-operatives, other financial institutions, and other stakeholders in the financial services industry are all strictly regulated. Whether they involve banking, the distribution of financial products and services, project financing, securities brokerage, mergers, acquisitions, demutualization, joint ventures, loans, financial planning, testamentary trusts, or bankruptcy proceedings, all daily operations must be carried out in accordance with the applicable legislative framework.