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New sources of business funding

New sources of business funding

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Published
2016
Presenter(s)
Dennis Fortnum
Peter Hatges
Teri Kirk
Source
KPMG in Canada
Provider
CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
1 hour
Price
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

National webcast: From crowds to capital markets – New sources of business funding and new ways to get it

We invite you to join us for an exclusive, in-depth webcast exploring new and alternative sources of funding for private companies.

Dennis Fortnum, KPMG Enterprise Canadian Managing Partner, will moderate this one-hour discussion featuring Peter Hatges, Partner, KPMG Corporate Finance in Canada and Teri Kirk, President and CEO, The Funding Portal – a comprehensive service that helps businesses secure funding from both government and capital markets.

Join us and learn about:

  • The TSX private markets initiative in Canada
  • The changes in corporate lending limits and the impact on subordinated debt financing
  • New alternative sources of business financing from capital markets to crowdfunding
  • How to use new, innovative web-based tools to get funded
  • New important sources of funding that opened up for your business in the 2015 Federal and Ontario budgets

Presenters

Dennis Fortnum

Peter Hatges

Partner, KPMG Corporate Finance in Canada

  • Peter is the President of KPMG Corporate Finance in Canada and Chair of the Americas Corporate Finance, as well as a partner in KPMG LLP.
  • He has significant experience in M&A and financing transactions and has completed a number of leveraged buyouts.
  • Peter frequently speaks on Corporate Finance matters, with various appearances on public television including BNN and CBC.

Teri Kirk

President & CEO, The Funding Portal

  • E-commerce entrepreneur
  • Founded, raised capital and commercialized 3 ventures including the Portal
  • The Funding Portal has assisted more than 600 entrepreneurs

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