Securities industry preparing for electronic filing
The costly and inefficient paper-based process of filing securities information in Canada will be replaced by electronic filing via the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) starting Oct. 1, 1996. Jointly developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators and the Canadian Depository for Securities, SEDAR is hoped to expedite regulatory approval of stock issues, generate more detailed information on publicly traded firms and reduce the costs of filing.
Publication Name: CA Magazine
Cassell cashes in on catholic catechism: book publisher Cassell's story so far is one of goodtitles, sensible expansion and rising sales. Chapter two should bring more of the same. Theshares have further to run
Cassell, a book publisher, has agood base for further growth, with experienced management and a wide variety of titles coveringfiction, reference, academic and religious publishing. The company had sales of 22.6 million in1994, from imprints throughout its three divisions, and acquisitions helped the company to growquickly. It sees paperbacks and US sales as keys to future profit growth.
Publication Name: Investors Chronicle
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