Christopher Charlesworth, CEO and Co-founder of HiveWire, Joins National Crowdfunding Association of Canada’s Advisory Board
March 24th, 2017
TORONTO, ON Oct 25, 2013 – The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) today announced that Alixe Cormick, Founder and CEO of Venture Law Corporation based out of British Columbia, has joined the Association’s advisory.
Alixe Cormick concentrates her legal practice in the areas of initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, reverse takeovers, capital pool corporations, qualifying transactions, mergers & acquisitions, secondary listings and exempt market financings. She has assisted over 150 companies list on stock exchanges and trading boards in North America and has registered four broker dealers in Canada and has acted as outside legal counsel to three Canadian mutual funds. Alixe is also an active angel investor and has spoken at several conferences in Canada discussing the legal aspects of crowdfunding.
"My primary interests are to ensure that transparent and accurate education and information flows to crowdfunding participants and the industry at large”, said Alixe Cormick, Founder of Venture Law Corporation, who recently wrote a detailed comment letter to the BCSC re: OM Light Proposal providing significant feedback and inputs on numerous points of the proposal.
“Alixe brings a wealth of Canadian and international securities and financial knowledge to the table, and also believes that crowdfunding markets have a role to play in the larger capital raising eco-system. Her expertise and perspective adds tremendous value to NCFA Canada initiatives from day one, and we are highly appreciative of her participation and support as we continue with our mandate to advance Crowdfunding in Canada”, said Craig Asano, Founder and Executive Director of National Crowdfunding Association of Canada.
Source: National Crowdfunding Association of Canada
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