Kontrol Energy appoints lead agent on previously announced $5 million non-brokered private placement and receives $2 million lead orderPosted on Wed, 09 May, 2018
TORONTO, May 9, 2018 /CNW/ - Kontrol Energy Corp. (CSE:KNR, FSE:1K8) ("Kontrol" or the "Company") announces that it has engaged with STEVLOC Management Inc. ("STEVLOC or "Agent") to act as lead agent for the previously announced non-brokered private placement (the "Offering"). STEVLOC has committed to a lead order of $2 million. The funds will be allocated primarily to complete new operating business acquisitions that Kontrol has in due diligence.
The Housing Market: When the Fog Clears - Benjamin TalPosted on Tue, 14 November, 2017
There are a few lessons to be learned from recent developments in the housing market. First, markets are capable of responding swiftly to abnormal market conditions. Second, housing policy can notably impact the trajectory of the real estate market. And third, if those policies are not directed at the core issues facing the market, their impact will be temporary at best.
Advisors turn to alternative investments for clients - Deborah NasonPosted on Wed, 11 October, 2017
- New alternative investment vehicles and new platforms have become available to the high-net-worth retail sector in the past decade.
- Morningstar identifies three types of "alts": nontraditional asset classes, nontraditional strategies and illiquid assets.
- Some data show more diverse portfolios have performed better over the past 25 years than less diverse ones, but most advisors are still hesitant to add alts to client holdings.
Seeking portfolio diversification? Try exempt market securities - Gail BebeePosted on Wed, 04 October, 2017
Beyond the public capital markets lurk investment opportunities you may have never encountered – securities sold privately. Businesses in need of capital raise money privately if they do not meet the criteria to list on a public exchange, or wish to avoid the time and cost of raising money in public markets.
The New Standard: Alternative InvestmentsPosted on Thu, 07 September, 2017
Over the past ten years many investors, pensions, endowments and wealth managers have found additional ways to construct and manage investment portfolios. Brad Simpson, Chief Wealth Strategist, TD Wealth, talks to Kim Parlee about how alternative investment strategies can help build contemporary portfolios.
TD Wealth - the new standard: Alternative Investments - Monthly Perspectives Special Edition, August 2017