original mungerville Posted August 12, 2014 Share Posted August 12, 2014 If any board members have started an investment partnership in Canada and understand the inter-provincial dynamics of securities law, I would really really like answers to the following two questions (before starting to spend money on lawyers, I am trying to get an idea of the high-level): 1) Do you have recommendations for a good securities lawyer in Quebec? 2) I live in Quebec, my clients would mainly be from Ontario. Does anyone understand how these regulations work: ie Can I just set-up the general partner (of the limited partnership) as a corporation in any province and thereby have that province's rules apply? Eg, could I set up a BC based general partnership and BC limited partnership with Ontario clients. Or do I need to set up in Quebec because I reside in Quebec despite most of my clients likely to be Ontarians? Does where I reside personally even matter? or is the only thing that matters is where the general partner is set up? And BC seems to be the easiest province to deal with in terms of securities regulations. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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