ACCESS GROWTH CAPITAL THROUGH THE PUBLIC MARKETS

Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange are unique growth platforms for international high growth companies.

Dani Lipkin

Dani Lipkin

Director, Global Business Development
Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange

Technology Sector Updates

A collection of videos focused on insights for accessing growth capital through the public markets with industry experts.

KEY BENEFITS FOR TECH COMPANIES

  • 1
    Access To Capital And Future Financing Opportunities
    Going public can provide your company with financing opportunities to grow your business while expanding and diversifying your investor base by giving you access to pools of capital in Canada, the U.S. and globally.
  • 2
    Facilitate Growth
    As a public company, your shares can be used as a currency substitute to acquire target companies, instead of a direct cash offering.
  • 3
    Increase Visibility And Prestige
    Going public enhances your company’s visibility which can provide your company with a higher profile and greater credibility.
  • 4
    Provide Liquidity For Shareholders
    Becoming a public company establishes a market for your company’s shares, providing your investors with an efficient and regulated vehicle in which to trade their shares.
  • 5
    Create Employee Incentive Mechanisms
    Your employees can participate in the ownership of your company and benefit from being shareholders. This can serve to ensure stronger employee commitment to your company’s performance and success.

$14B

Equity Capital Raised in 2021

230+

companies from Startups to Global Leaders

$28B

Equity Capital raised in the last five years
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WHY GO PUBLIC?

CAPITAL SOLUTIONS

For early-stage companies looking to gain access to public venture capital - or larger, established companies looking to take their business to the next level, going public may be the right fit for your company. Our two-tiered market offers financing and liquidity solutions that can be as unique as the businesses it serves.

GO PUBLIC - WAYS TO GET LISTED

There are multiple pathways to listing on TSX and TSXV.

TSX and TSXV Listed company initiatives

TSX30

The TSX30 is a ranking of the top 30 performers on the Toronto Stock Exchange, over a three-year period based on dividend-adjusted share price appreciation.

As an annual flagship recognition program for TSX’s top performers to provide insights into the broad market trends that have been driving the best returns for investors, the TSX30 tells an important story; there is value in looking at the performance of small and mid-cap companies across TSX.

TSX VENTURE 50

The TSX Venture 50 is a ranking of the top ten performers on the TSX Venture Exchange over the last year, comprising of 10 companies from five industry sectors.

This annual program showcases the top performing listed companies from five industry sectors, including: Clean Technology and Life Sciences, Diversified Industries, Energy, Mining, and Technology. Selection is based on 3 equally weighted criteria: share price appreciation, trading volume, and market capitalization growth.

The key benefit of this two-tiered market (TSX Venture and TSX) is the potential for early-stage growth companies to list on TSXV, grow and when ready, graduate to TSX. Nearly 36% of current TSX-listed technology companies started on TSXV.

Technology Statistics

$14B

Technology equity capital raised in 2021
In 2021

230+

Technology Companies from Startups to Global Leaders

$214B

Value Traded
in 2021

All data as of December 31.

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WHAT INDUSTRY EXPERTS ARE SAYING
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Host Dani Lipkin speaks to Tim Babcock, who was recently appointed Vice President and Head of TSX Venture Exchange, about the transformation of Canada's junior equity exchange.
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TMX POV - It is just the beginning…
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